Essay on The Brown Vs Board Of Education

1157 Words Feb 16th, 2016 5 Pages
Alan M. Kraut, a University Professor of History, shows his point of view of the presidential address delivered to the convention of the Organization of American Historians annual meeting. The nineteenth anniversary approached for the Immigration Act of 1924. Many citizens refer to this act as the Johnson Reed Act. This legislation was enacted to protect the southern and eastern Europeans from their religion and skin color. This act also ended the migration of Asians, who were migrating to the United States, after World War II. The Brown vs Board of Education of Topeka case was a major case that helped propel the integration between public schooling. The 1964 Civil Rights Act, made it illegal to discriminate race, color, religion, sex, or national origins. The Civil Rights Act drove an immediate reaction towards all races. Because of this act is help free Asians, Latinos, Native Americans and all other races who were not white. This was a time of the integration of whites and blacks. The act was to help African Americans from the judgment of their skin color. Attending the same schools and being able to sit down at the same restaurants were main focus’s. 40.4 million people who currently reside in the United States were born from a different country and 11 million of them are undocumented. The main importance after immigrants come to the United States is introducing them to our culture and social norms. Immigrants experienced a culture shock after arriving to the United…

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