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Equality In Plessy V. Ferguson Case

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In the twentieth century, racial discrimination of education in south became a serious issue. Despite the supreme court ruled that all colored accommodations for people of different race may be separate but should be equal in Plessy v. Ferguson case, schools for black students were never as well supplied or well funded as those for white students. Without a quality education, black children would less likely go on a successful careers and most of them remained in low-paying jobs. In order to change the situation, many civil rights activists protested that school integration must happen for black children’s future. Among all of the civil rights activist fighting for blacks education equality, Daisy Bates, a pioneer for the racial equality in
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