Thanks for posting! You might have included the NAACP as resisters and the landmark SCOTUS decision with Plessy v. Ferguson, which caused the separate but equal issue that characterized Jim Crow. While it was a setback for racial equality in American history, there was a silver lining in the words of the lone dissenting Justice of the Supreme Court, John Marshall Harland. His words would inspire many hearts into the next century. Looking at his words, what sort of message did he convey to those on the losing end of the court battle? What were his views on the American concept of liberty?