Which statements are true? to be unfair in judgment; to be prejudiced and show partiality is discrimination in 1870 the 13th amendment gave all male citizens the right to vote. dr. martin luther king, jr. is known for the "i have a dream" speech. the government may not re-enact slavery. a group of people that share a distinctive race, culture, heritage, or nationality is called an ethnic group. the alabama state supreme court originally allowed judge roy moore's display of the ten commandments, but later this right was taken away by the federal district court.
The correct statements are:
A) To be unfair in judgment; to be prejudiced and show partiality is discrimination
C) Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is known for the "I Have a Dream" speech.
F) The Alabama state Supreme Court originally allowed Judge Roy Moore's display of the Ten Commandments, but later this right was taken away by the federal district court.
Options A, C and F are correct statements.
Discrimination is when we distinguish between two person's behaviors and judge them unfairly. Partiality is shown by the person who judges.
Martin Luther King was a great leader of the Civil Rights Movement. His dream was to stop racial discrimination and Americans should treat all the Americans (not only white) as equal. This was the main purpose of his speech "I have a dream".
Display of ten commandments was originally allowed by the Supreme court but then Federal court ordered it to get removed as they said this is illegal example of a religious endorsement.