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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 1 decade ago

hey....can u plz help me revise my last paragraph..thanks A LOTTTTT?

Marshall overturned Plessey v. Ferguson “separate but equal” but it was really separate but not equal. He has changed the United States in so many ways. So not only black children and white children could go to school together all kids from all races can too. He became a Supreme Court judge in one of the most difficult eras ever, discrimination and segregation was so strong in the United States. He set the tone for all the other African Americans that they do indeed deserve civil rights and that they can do anything they set their minds to. We have a black president now thanks to Marshall and the many other African Americans who have contributed reform to this country.

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    Marshall overturned Plessey v. Ferguson “separate but equal” but it was really separate not equal. He has changed the United States in so many ways. So that not only black and white children could go to school together children of all races can too. He became a Supreme Court judge in one of the most difficult eras ever, discrimination and segregation was so strong in the United States. He set the tone for all the other African Americans that they do indeed deserve civil rights and that they can do anything they set their minds to. We have a black president now thanks to Marshall and the many other African Americans who have contributed reform to this country.

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