A Citizenship Question in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month no.4

A Citizenship Question in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month no.4


Today’s Citizenship question in honor of
Hispanic Heritage Month Part 4: Pedro Hernandez was convicted for murder by a Texas court that systematically excluded Mexican-Americans. In 1954, the US Supreme Court required that Hernandez be re-tried by a jury whose jurors were chosen without discrimination. The Court held that the Fourteenth Amendment protects persons beyond the racial classes of white or black and extends protection to nationality groups as well Question 1: What is one responsibility that is only for United States citizens? Question 2: What movement tried to end racial discrimination? Please join us at www.uscitizenpod.com and our YouTube channel: uscitizenpod for the latest Citizenship interviews. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

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