4 Tutorials that teach Discrimination
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Author: Paul Hannan

This lesson will distinguish between discrimination and prejudice. The case of Brown vs. Board of Education Topeka will be explored and explained.

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Terms to Know
  • Brown vs. Board of Education Topeka

    A landmark supreme court decision that ended institutional discrimination in the American education system.

  • Discrimination

    Action based on prejudice.

  • Institutional Discrimination

    Discrimination that results from the day-to-day operations of some institutions in society.

  • Prejudice

    An attitude or judgment about another group that is unfair and usually involves stereotypes.