Plessy v. Ferguson – Supreme Court Case “Separate But Equal” doctrine (powerpoint & photostory)

 Plessy v Ferguson

This powerpoint and photostory briefly describes the 1896 Supreme Court ruling of Plessy v. Ferguson, establishing the “separate but equal” doctrine, which legitimized racial discrimination in the United States.


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