African American Civil Rights
During the 1950's and 1960's the black civil rights movement exploded. Protest and rallies to demonstrate for more civil rights among the African American community flocked everywhere. The Supreme Court ultimately ruled the decisions for more civil liberties through cases brought to the court. The most influential court case was Brown v. Board of Education which declared segregated school unconstitutional. Thurgood Marshall, a predominant black lawyer won many Supreme Court cases in the 1950's including Smith v. Allright and Shelley v Kraemer. These cases were unanimously voted in favor of black civil liberties.
The Supreme Court decision in favor of Brown v Board of Education in 1954 ruled segregated school were unequal. This decision ruled out t
Thurgood Marshall was a well educated black lawyer of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). His association aimed to fight racial segregation throughout the United States, and took on many cases of black civil rights with the Supreme Court. University of Oklahoma (1948) and Sweatt v. Rosa Parks made history by influencing the Supreme Court to desegregate buses in Montegomery, Alabama after she was arrested for sitting in the white only section on the busMany cases regarding segregation made it to the Supreme Court in the 1950's and 1960's mainly due to the advocate of civil liberties, Thurgood Marshall. he Plessy v Ferguson decision in 1896 which made "separate but equal" facilities legal. Allwright (1944) Marshall was able to persuade the court to rule out a Texas practice known as the "white primary," which didn't allow blacks from participating in primary elections. Painter (1950) the Supreme Court ruled unanimous decisions forcing the universities of Oklahoma and Texas to integrate their law schools. These cases brought to the court played an important role in a chapter of civil freedom in America. Florida (1940) he persuaded the Supreme Court to overturn a criminal conviction based on a coerced confession. The civil rights movement was a success due to the number of people who supported a more free nation. Itopened new doors from the black community in which, bathrooms, restaurants, hotels, schools, and other public facilities as well as transportation systems were all integrated. The Fourteenth Amendment wasfinally made to protect the civil rights of African Americans a hundred years after the emancipation proclamation which gave all blacks their freedom.