It made it clear that all citizens will recieve equal protection under the Constitution.
Black Women Voting
Gave the right for all women to vote, including black women. Though many could not because of the South. Voting Rights of 1965 made it easier for blacks to vote.
Protest Against Intergation
Protests started against integration in 1955. The South were extremely against it. They thought the blacks we inferior. A major issue was on integrated class rooms.
Colored Waiting Room
Seperated blacks and whites. Alot of public places segregated the blacks and whites. It was not against the 14th amendment becasue they were "seperate but equal", but white waiting rooms were more comfortable and bigger than black waiting rooms.
Segregated School House
Seperated the blacks and whites from learning in the same school or classroom. It did not violated the 14th amendment because it was "seperate but equal".
Thurgood Marshall was choosen to be the first African American
justice in the Supreme Court choosen by President Johnson
Women in Workplace
Due to the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and Civil Rights Act of 1964 women could not be descriminated against because of gender. They recieved equal pay for equal work.
No Acess for Handicapped
Americans with Disabilities act of 1990 required access for handicapped persons.