Save These Lives By: Kaitlyn Marquez

Thus,the American Government put forth effort to stop the continuation of these events by guiding the south to the end of segregation and discrimination through the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People, individual leaders, and federal amendments passed at that time.

The NAACP played a tremendous role in the Brown v. Board of Education case in 1954.

Likewise the association started lobbying, protests, litigation along with playing a larger role in the anti lynching movement.

Along with trails and protests the NAACP worked towards achieving a national civil rights act with regards to housing, employment, voting, schools, transportation, and recreation

Thurgood Marshall, was appointed to the United States Supreme Court becoming the first African American with this he became the representative in the Brown v. Board of Education case in 1954. Mary White Ovington was one of the very few white people free of racial prejudice and became the acting member of the board of the NAACP. William English Walling, the founder of the NAACP that held the meetings in his apartment in New York.

13th and 14th Amendments

To such a degree the fight against discrimination and segregation was successfully defeated by the United States Constitution and protecting life and liberty. Previously America was a torture center to African Americans but through separate organizations beginning rallies and protests that changed the outcome. Along with work of individual leaders that stood by example in a court of law or on the streets and the United States Constitution which stood for the freedom and protection under the law for all American citizens. Prevented the long going segregation and discrimination in the United States.

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