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Ferguson’s coffin. S. Supreme Court were concerned with discrimination in public schools, including elementary and 54 Regents v. Bakke high schools. ”44 The Supreme Court would have to deal with the important question of whether segregation could be allowed, given the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. When the Supreme Court finally rendered its decision on this important set of cases on May 17, 1954, it was a bombshell against discrimination in education. The court decided to overturn Plessy v.

When he made his first application to Davis, he was among 2,464 applicants vying for 100 slots. These medical students would start the program in the fall of 1973. The competition would be stiff, if indicated only by the sheer numbers of interested applicants. As Davis received the applications for medical school, administrators separated them into three groups. 54 Applications with the box checked “Yes” were placed in their own group. Those applications with the box checked “No” were placed in a second stack.

Bakke Published in the March 29, 1882, issue of Puck magazine, this cartoon highlights the hypocrisy of the United States in its relations with China. S. laborers (including Irish, Jewish, French, Italian, and African American representatives) builds a wall to keep out the Chinese. The blocks are labeled, among other things, “prejudice,” “jealousy,” “race” and “non-reciprocity,” and are held together with Congressional mortar. Many Chinese came from their homelands not necessarily to prospect for gold, but rather to serve as workers, taking jobs as day laborers and launderers, washing the clothes of the miners.

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