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4th Amendment

  1. 1. 4th Amendment<br />1868 - Present<br />
  2. 2. Fourteenth Amendment (1868)<br />By this time the amendment was held that all persons born or naturalized in the United States are considered U.S. citizens, so no state could dictate, or make any law that is opposed to the privileges or immunities of citizens.<br />
  3. 3. Colored Waiting Room (1896)<br />The case of Plessy vs. Ferguson in the Supreme Court took the decision of an idea of "separate but equal" and that blacks had had problems not being treated equally with whites.<br />
  4. 4. Segregated Water Fountains <br />In 1897, the decision of the idea of "separate but equal" contracted much inequality. Since many schools in the southern states gave more money to schools for whites, segregation was this injustice to African Americans, because every public school and public place were separate but not equal<br />
  5. 5. Thurgood Marshall <br />In 1938, Marshall was a brilliant lawyer and the NAACP began working on a team that wanted to end the segregation of injustice to African Americans. The NAACP agreed that it was time to test the Jim Crow law in order to eliminate the misinterpretation of the court of the 4th Amendment in Plessey v. Ferguson "separate but equal. "<br />
  6. 6. Segregated School House <br />In 1950,The NAACP welcomes Oliver Brown, a parent who files a complaint with Kansas Board of Education, in this case left Mr. Brown questioned whether the interpretation of the 14th Amendment "separate but equal" was not being followed in Kansas and demonstrated that public school facilities for black and white students were separate but not equal<br />
  7. 7. Integrated Classroom <br />In 1954, the Supreme Court was a unanimous vote of nine to zero, this court ruled that the doctrine of "separate but equal" in terms of education was a violation of the equal protection clause and that no state may deny to any persons equal protection of laws, Southern states violated this clause. This decision ended segregation in U.S.<br />
  8. 8. Disabled Person in the Workplace <br />Thanks for Mr. Brown's decision to the Supreme Court was a huge victory and gave a new civil rights movement, has now been used to protect workers rights and disabled persons.<br />
  9. 9. Women in the workplace <br />In the present this amendment is the most influential of the constitution as it is used to protect rights of women and thanks to this clause at issue because the Supreme Court decisions on human rights.<br />