The Effect of The Civil Rights Movement on United States Foreign Policy

On the 17th of May 1954, the United States Supreme Court concluded a landmark case that would bring to the fore a national movement which would last for nearly 15 years. The case, known as ‘Brown v. Board of Education’ ruled for desegregation in schools nationwide, calling on the 14th Amendment in espousing “separate but … Continue reading The Effect of The Civil Rights Movement on United States Foreign Policy