Without the views and bias of human kind, yes, everyone is equal including black people and white people. However, with the views and bias and actions of human kind, sadly enough, no. Not everyone is treated equally in this world when it comes solely to their skin color.
In depends on what you are considering Equal rights. In today's society whites and blacks have equal rights as dictated by law.
There is however a large movement among black societies that believe that the crimes of the past have not yet been made up, and are pushing for even more rights.
In the United States, Blacks have socially more rights then Whites. They can get away with much more in manner. This has caused the stereotype that has turned proper black society and white society into believing that downtown/ghetto Blacks and teen age blacks have a bad attitude and are just miscreants. The problem with this conception is that that creates a feeling in those areas that whites are still extremely racist against colored people when in fact it is the blacks that are socially more racist and are even racist racist against those of the same skin color. Something you don't see in the modern white culture.
Whites do not have equal rights . Black privilege
the blacks were treated poorly while the whites were treated with respect. the blacks were like the whites slaves.
What where some conflicks bewteen blacks and whites?
whites did alot because they are slow
In the year 1963, freedom riders were attacked in Montgomery, Alabama.
Because the whites thought they were "superior" to the blacks. So when the slaves didn't want to work, they were abused.
Rosa Parks showed the blacks and the whites how to be nice to each other
they segregated blacks and whites.
During segregation blacks were kept separate from whites. This is because blacks were not viewed as equal to the whites.
To show equality with the whites and blacks. Everyone to be equal.
Blacks and whites did not have equal rights.
Martin Luther King jr. wanted equal rights for whites and blacks. He thought it was wrong to give whites a larger amount of money for jobs. Also, he wanted no discrimination against anyone (from blacks to whites, or whites to blacks) even though this might have brought up riots.
We are all equal so it depends how good you are.
She sat down in the front of the bus when the front was for whites only... this shows blacks are equal to whites.
Blacks and whites did not have equal rights!!! :(
Which of these statements accurately describes the Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme Court decision of 1896?