What did the 13th amendment of the US Constitution grant?
it gave the right to free slaves
The 13th Amendment abolished slavery. Because slavery was not given as a Constitutional right, this amendment is not amending a specific article of the Constitution, it is simply making slavery unconstitutional.
The amendment was necessary because in 1857, the US Supreme Court ruled that slavery was legal.
Does the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution allow racial profiling for reenslavement of African Americans?
In December of 1865, the US Congress passed the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution. This amendment abolished slavery in the US.In 1862 and 1863, US President Lincoln issued his Emancipation Proclamations. Thus his proclamations came first however, it required an amendment to the Constitution to make slaveru illegal in the US and its territories.
With regards to the US Constitution, changes made are called amendments. As one important example, in 1865, the 13th amendment was made to the US Constitution to abolish slavery. The Framers of the US Constitution believed of course that Constitution would require changes as time passed, however, they were cautious about changes and the amendment process is difficult.