Civil Rights and Public Policy. Chapter 6. Introduction. Civil Rights Definition: Policies designed to protect people against arbitrary or discriminatory treatment by government officials or individuals. Racial Discrimination Gender Discrimination
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Civil Rights and Public Policy
Mendez v. Westminster (1947)- schools cannot segregate students based on racial/national origins (brown vs. board of education)
Perez v. Sharp (1948)- their should be no state law that bars people of different national/racial origins from marriage (loving v. Virginia
Due process of law
Right to privacy-due process