The Supreme Court's historical rejection of the segregation in Southern schools : Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas When I heard about this case, I was in disbelief. I can't believe that this occurred in history.
This video chronicles the murder of Emmett Till and its catalyzing effect on the Civil Rights movement. For more information, visit http:/redcross.org/ihl This story is very upsetting to me because of how unfair this case was.
No crime in American history-- let alone a crime that never occurred-- produced as many trials, convictions, reversals, and retrials as did an alleged gang rape of two white girls by nine black teenagers. I can't believe this occurred in history. There was no proof that these boys actually committed this crime.
The Jim Crow Museum uses objects of tolerance to teach tolerance and promote social justice. The Jim Crow laws were ridiculous. I can't believe people treated African-Americans this way at one point in history.