TKAMB By BOSSxLIKExTHAT Nov 13, 1820 Missouri compromise deciding if Missouri should be a slave state or not and it become a slave state. Period: Nov 13, 1820 to Nov 13, 1963 TKAMB Nov 13, 1854 Brown v. the board of education decision The Supreme Court ruled that segregated schools were in violation of the Constitution. Nov 13, 1857 Dred Scott decision Scott was a slave living in a free state when his owner died so he asked thier widow if he could pay for his freedom, she said no so he sued her and won his freedom for him and his faimily. Nov 13, 1859 John brown raid (harper's ferry) John was a abolitionist and that was he's motive to raid a armory for weapons to try to get slaves to fight back and become free. Nov 13, 1861 American Civil War The Union was the north who where fighting for no slavery, and the Confedarate was the south who where fighting for slavery. Nov 13, 1862 RP & EP The proclamation stated that all persons held as slaves within the rebellious states are free. Nov 13, 1877 Jim Crows laws The jim crow laws enforced racial segregation (separation of black people from whites). Nov 13, 1896 Plessy v. Ferugsundecision Laws that were pased that required the separation of the races in public accommodations, schools, hospitals, and even cemeteries. Nov 13, 1955 The montgomery bus boycott the boycott taught the African Americans if they refused to accept segregation, it did not have to exist. Nov 13, 1960 Date TKAMB was made 1960 was when the book was written. Nov 13, 1963 March on washington African Americans to descend on the Capitol in Washington, D.C., to protest about the racial discrimination.