You're referring to the Fourteenth Amendment, which establishes naturalism and enforces federal regulation on the state governments.
It was the 14th amendment that was violated. The 14th amendment guarantees equal protection of the laws for every US citizen. Since racial minorities were being segregated, it was not an equal protection of the law
The Fourteenth Amendment
The 14th amendment prevents states from denying any citizen equal protection under the law. No state may pass a law which would abridge the rights granted US citizens by the Constitution.
The 14th Amendment restricts the actions of states by preventing them from making or enforcing laws that violate citizen rights. This protection is guaranteed by the Equal Protection Clause within the amendment.
Yes, the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution guarantees to all citizens their political and legal equality.
The 14th amendment has a clause that provides equal protection to people. It was passed in 1868 and provides that no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction "the equal protection of the laws". But, the 14th is not known as "the equal protection amendment ." It covers much more than just equal protection. No amendment has that as a nickname .
It established who is a citizen, garenteed due process at state levels and he equal protection clause
The 14th Amendment offers equal protection.
The 14th Amendment stated that no individual could be denied any rights as a citizen without due process of law.
The Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution, which declared all persons who were either born or naturalized in the United States, equal protection under the law. The principle reason for the Equal Protection Clause was to guarantee that the newly freed slaves were entitled to the same protections under the law as white citizens.
The 14th Amendment.
Equal Protection Clause
The Equal Protection Clause, part of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, provides that "no state shall ... deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws".
the 14th amendment
Civil Rights became a part of the U.S. Constitution in 1868 when the 14th amendment was adopted. The 14th amendment grantees each citizen "equal protection of the laws".
The Fourteenth Amendment, specifically the Equal Protection Clause
equal protection clause
equal protection of the laws
It gives equal protection to all citizens
The 14th Amendment
It's the Fourteenth Amendment
From what I understand, the Fourteenth Amendment did. :)
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