Intolerance - an unwillingness or refusal to tolerate or respect opinions or beliefs contrary to one's own or to tolerate or respect persons of a different social group, especially members of a minority group
Woman's Rights in America:
Laws prohibiting privileges based on gender
National Women's History Project "Women were not allowed to enter professions such as medicine or law."
Digital History: Women's Rights "One of the most outspoken advocates for both women’s rights and abolition was Sojourner Truth, born a slave known as Isabella in New York State’s Hudson River Valley around 1797."
National Women's History Museum "Many early suffrage supporters, including Susan B. Anthony, remained single because in the mid-1800's, married women could not own property in their own rights and could not make legal contracts on their own behalf."
The Feminist Movement by Nick Treanor
Women's Rights by Jennifer A. Hurley
Women's Suffrage by Brenda Stalcup
Racial Segregation in America: The Jim Crow Years
Societal restrictions placed on the basis of race
Ferris State University: Jim Crow Museum
"Blacks were denied the right to vote by grandfather clauses "
PBS: The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow
"Named after a popular 19th-century minstrel song that stereotyped African Americans, 'Jim Crow' came to personify the system of government-sanctioned racial oppression and segregation in the United States."
Smithsonian National Museum of American History: Separate Is Not Equal
"Oh, yes, I say it plain American was never America to me. And yet I swear this oath - America will be!" Langston Hughes
Life Under the Jim Crow Laws by Charles George
Farewell to Jim Crow by R. Kent Rasmussen
The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow by Richard Wormser
Backlash: Race Riots in the Jim Crow Era by Calvin Miller
India's Caste System: The Untouchables
Segregation and treatment based on level of social class and religious beliefs
Dalit Solidarity Network: A World Without Caste Discriminantion
"Those who fall outside the caste system are considered “lesser human beings”, “impure” and thus “polluting” to other caste groups."
Human Rights Watch: India'Human Apartheid' of Discrimination of Dalits
"Dalits endure segregation in housing, schools, and access to public services."
Cultural Survival: India's Untouchables
"Only 20% of rural Untouchable males are literate, compared to 34% of other villagers."
What Life Was LIke In the Jewel in the Crown: British India 1600-1905 by Time-Life Books (no author)
The Indian Independence Act of 1947 by Susan Muaddi Darraj
Cultures of the World: India by Radhika Srinivasan and Leslie Jermyn
German Nazism: Treatment of the Jews
Religious and racially based segregation
United States Holocaust History Museum"
"In April 1933, German law restricted the number of Jewish students at German schools and universities."
The History Place - Holocaust Timeline
"Where books are burned, human beings are destined to be burned too." - Heinrich Heine
London Jewish Cultural Center
"Gradually over the next ten years theses laws would affect every facet of Jewish existence with Germany and the lands that they eventually invaded and occupied."
The Holocaust: Great Disasters, Reforms, and Ramifications by Judy L. Hasday
The Jewish Victims of the Holocaust by Linda Jacobs Altman
The Holocaust Death Camps - Tamara L. Roleff (editor)
Native Americans: Intolerance and Treatment
Racially based segregation and forced assimilation
Library of Congress: Native Americans
"A clause in the Fourteenth Amendment 'excluding Indians not taxed' prevented Native American men from receiving the right to vote when African-American men gained suffrage in 1868."
PBS: Jusdgment Day: Indian Removal
"They [the Cherokee] sought protection from land-hungry white settlers, who continually harassed them by stealing their livestock, burning their towns, and sqatting on their land."
History Today: Native Americans and the Federal Government
"This meant that the education of Native American children – many in boarding schools away from the influence of their parents – was considered an essential part of the civilising process."
Atlas of the North American Indian by Carl Waldman
Through Indian Eyes: The Untold Story of Native Americans - Reader's Digest
American Civil Rights Almanac by Phillis Engelbert (Reference Book (Make copies from its pages.)