Civil Liberties: First Amendment Freedoms The Unalienable Rights a commitment to Freedom Bill of Rights



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De facto segregation – you live where and who you want to live with.




  • For Hispanics

    • Bilingualism - (Lau v. Nicholas) 1972 - steps must take action and provide education for non-English speaking students in their native – must provide the education and support for them; ballots and driver’s test must be provided in their native language

    • Immigration

    • Electoral Politics

    • Achievement Gap

  • For Asians

  • Barriers to Voting

    • 15th Amendment banned voting discrimination based on race

    • White primaries were unconstitutional,

    • Poll taxes – stopped by the 24th Amendment

    • Literacy test – failed by Voting Rights Act 1968

    • Grandfather clause – unconstitutional



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