The concrete outcomes have been a limited applicability of the desegregation decree and an effect mainly on the South. Omissions to this standard took place in the West and North to the point school committees had formed racially divided schools and had not abolished them in accordance to Brown v. Board of Education. The Court, by demanding justification or evidence of official segregative objective, formed a considerably regulatory standard. In spite of disapproval that the difference between ‘de factor’ and ‘de jure’ segregation is mock, it is a distinction between unconstitutional and constitutional. This outcome has become apparent in the decreasing number of cases wherein racially divided schools, even though a prevalent occurrence, posed a constitutional problem.
The Civil Rights Movement was a very important event in the history of the American society. It tried to extend the citizenship privileges and rights to African Americans that the White people ignored. In the 1960s it made important legislative and judicial achievements against discrimination in voting and public services. It also had partial achievement in fighting housing and employment discrimination. The movement proved that discrimination was unfair and would not be endured anymore in the country, while becoming a model for discriminated people all over the world. The 1964 Civil Rights Act, which put an end to segregation in public accommodations and prohibited discrimination in the workplace based on racial origin, sex, or religion, is recognized as one of the greatest legislative successes of the civil rights movement. Afterward, Congress extended the act and also created further legislation intended to grant equal rights to African Americans. Like the 1965 Voting Rights Act. It also led to the formation of two important additional legislations—the 1968 Fair Housing Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Due to