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Plessy v. Ferguson

Collection of pictures relating to the landmark case of Plessy v. Ferguson of 1896

Mariah Frazier

on 1 May 2013

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Transcript of Plessy v. Ferguson

A presentation by Mariah Frazier Plessy v. Ferguson Homer Adolph Plessy Covington, LA segregation Plessy refuses to sit in the "colored" train car and is arrested found Plessy guilty and made him pay a fine for breaking the law
said that "separate but equal" was constitutional and did not violate individual rights New Orleans New Orleans Baton Rouge Washington, D.C. Judge John Howard Ferguson Decision Do you think that this was a fair decision? Why or why not?

How do you think Mr. Plessy felt about being told he could not sit in the "whites only" train car? the action of setting someone or something apart from others
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