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Which Amendment seemed to guarantee equal rights to African-Americans? $100
The 14 th Amendment Back to Game
What is the Latin term for by law? The Daily Double
De Jure Back to Game
Any law which classifies people by race is subject to what by the courts? $300
Strict Scrutiny Back to Game
To demonstrate the inequality of segregated bus lines, Civil Rights supporters began holding what? $400
Freedom Rides Good Answer! Back to Game
By the 1960’s many white Americans were willing to admit that racism was a problem, but as Dr. King mentions in his “I have a Dream” speech, they also felt the Civil right’s movement was _______. $500
Back to Game Moving too fast.
What is the Latin term for by fact? $100
De Facto Back to Game
For much of the 20 th century, how did most white Americans react to African American’s demands for racial equality? $200
They didn’t care. Back to Game
To draw attention to the inequality at lunch counters, supporters of civil rights held _________ $300
Sit ins Back to Game
$400 To draw attention to the suppression of African American voting rights, supporters of civil rights began drives to _________________
Register African Americans to vote. Back to Game
$500 Why didn’t civil rights activists begin electing African Americans to important federal and state offices?
African Americans were kept from voting by a number of different measures. Back to Game
This case declared that “separate is inherently unequal”. $100
Brown v The Topeka Board of Education Back to Game
This decision said that the 14 th Amendment allowed separate facilities as long as they were equal. $200
Plessy v Ferguson Back to Game
$300 This case articulated the Supreme Court’s right to judicial review.
Marbury v Madison Back to Game
$400 One aspect that made Brown v Topeka Board of Education controversial was that it was the first time the court relied on what to make its decision?
Social Science Evidence Back to Game
$500 This case stated that the Supreme Court had the right to rule state laws unconstitutional
McCullough v Maryland Back to Game
$100 Name either of the 2 leaders of the Seneca Falls convention, credited with starting the women’s equality movement.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott Back to Game
$200 What is the common moniker for the oft proposed amendment guaranteeing women equal rights?
ERA Back to Game
$300 The beginnings of the women’s rights movement can be traced to the Declaration of Sentiments issued at the end of this famous meeting.
The Seneca Falls Convention Back to Game
$400 Unlike African Americans, supporters of women’s rights have had to deal with a court system which felt it was ________ women.
protecting Back to Game
$500 In order for a law to constitutionally discriminate between men & women, the law must be ______ & not _________.
Reasonable & not arbitrary Back to Game
$100 This case decided women have an unfettered right to an abortion during the first trimester.
Roe v Wade Back to Game
$200 Those who oppose the Court’s decisions in cases like Roe v Wade & Griswold v Connecticut claim these are prime examples of _________ __________, the courts’ usurping of the legislative role.
Judicial Activism Back to Game
$300 Name the 1965 decision in which the Court stated a zone of privacy made laws banning the sale of contraceptives unconstitutional.
Griswold v Connecticut Back to Game
$400 Where in the Constitution is the right to privacy specifically mentioned?
Nowhere, but it is implied. Back to Game
$500 The courts began upholding some restrictions on abortion in the 1980’s after judges appointed by President _________ began coming to the bench.
Supreme Court Decisions
Chapter 6, Lesson 3 Expanding Civil Rights. The Civil Rights Movement ________________________are rights to freedom and equality. The goal of the Civil.
American Government Unit 3.
19th Century Elaborate Pornography Franz von Bayros.
Landmark Supreme Court Cases: Mr. Blough Academic Civics.
Integrated prom How is it that Wilcox High has been having segregated proms all this time? Who in Wilcox county is organizing to have an integrated prom?
THE MODERN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT Taking a walk With Civil Rights Leaders and established laws for African Americans and Women.
SECTION1 Lecture: Due Process of Law. SECTION2 Pair Share: The 5th Amendment declares that the Federal Government cannot deprive any person of “life,
Review Game III Judicial Branch Article IIILegal Terms Cases Checks True/False Misc.
Civil Rights Vocab Chapter 20. De Jure Segregation Segregation based on the law Practiced in the South (Jim Crow Laws)
CHAPTER 11 CIVIL RIGHTS Equal Justice Under the Law Section 2.
The Women’s Movement Chapter 6, Theme B.
Lord - Upper Cape Tech School Fighting 4 The Cause Legal Aspects Equality Groups &
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCABULARY 6 Steps to learning new vocabulary Marazano.
Civil Rights Powers and privileges guaranteed to individuals by government. This presentation is the property of Dr. Kevin Parsneau for use by him and.
CIVIL RIGHTS. Civil Rights Slavery, Missouri Compromise Dred Scott(1856) Civil War Post Civil War Amendments Reconstruction, 1877 Compromise,
Judicial Branch DBQ.
Chapter 21: Civil Rights: Equal Justice Under Law Section 2
PART II WOMEN’S RIGHTS What are civil rights?. Women and Equal Rights A. Seneca Fall Convention (1848): beginning of the women’s rights movement; leaders.
CHAPTER 6 CIVIL RIGHTS. Civil Rights Definition Powers and privileges that are guaranteed to the and protected against arbitrary removal at the hands.
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