The Reduction of Prejudice and Discrimination
Patterns of discrimination and segregation that had lasted for three quarters of a century after the abolition of slavery began to break up in the 1940s. These patterns have become the target of a powerful movement, involving a larger share of black Americans than had ever before participated in organized protests, as well as substantial numbers of Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, Native Americans, and Whites.
KeywordsAffirmative Action Civil Disobedience Intergroup Relation Affirmative Action Program Indian Affair
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