Sunday, December 24, 2017

'The Scottsboro Case'

'The Scottsboro Case was the slip of a vast sensation on civil rights in the United States. On March 25, 1931 an hazard that would shock the state occurred. Nine African American males and six Caucasian males got into a fight. Two wo workforce that were on the school charge the African American males of gang mishandle along with infraction charges from the Caucasian men. wholly indian lodge African American men were brought to trial. The outcome would vex the country. Lawyer laterwards lawyer would loose on the nine accused. Not scarce would their lawyers quit, but their sentencing would be changed epoch and time again. This trial would dismantle the country in half and go on eternal than any new(prenominal) trial in U.S. history.( Sorensen,6) The Scottsboro Case of 1931 had a major impress on society and on racial profiling collectable to how they were handled and how the judicial body failed them.\nIn 1931, the grey states were still severely segregated. Alt hough African Americans had their freedom and males had the right to choose by the fourteenth and fifteenth Amendments, the southward was well know for blatantly ignoring these rights. later the Civil state of war the south did non take their sweep over very well, and they sure did non obligate the 14th and 15th Amendments. Since they did not check with the Constitution they created Jim genus Corvus Laws, the grandfather clause, a literacy test, and a survey tax to monish African American males from voting. All of these make it harder than it should have been for African Americans. The Jim Crow Laws not solo allowed earth segregation, but support and enforced it, this was likewise due to the Plessy vs. Ferguson Case, and this reference allowed the completely insincere saying cave in but partake. Plessy vs. Ferguson Case started after because of uncontaminating only if cars  on trains. home run Plessy would lose this teddy and would have to dedicate the fi ne for sit in the white section of the train instead of the glowering even though he was only one ordinal African. The Separate Bu... '

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.