Describe the development of the Civil Rights movement in the 1950.
In 1894, the US Supreme Court gave legal consent to state laws segregating black people and white people with its decision concerning the Plessey v Ferguson case. The decision stated that black and white should be separate but equal, meaning the same standard of facilities for both. In reality it legally enforced a state of affairs that assured that blacks would never be equal, and couldn't get equal treatment, status or opportunity in their own country.
During the Second World War, the black American Gi's realised that they were fighting for a democracy abroad, which they did not have at…
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