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After a lengthy and well-publicized trial, the so-called Wilmington Ten were sentenced to a combined total of 282 years in prison. Chavis received the most lengthy individual term: thirty-four years. The Wilmington Ten case became a worldwide focus of the civil rights movement. Chavis’s defense attorneys cited 2,685 errors in the trial, but Chavis and the other accused individuals were denied appeals. They went to prison in 1976. A year later, human-rights organization Amnesty International listed the ten as political prisoners.
She attended graduate school at the University of Frankfurt in Germany. While there, she focused her study on Marxist philosophy. As the civil rights movement escalated in the United States, Davis wanted to return to her home country to take part in protests and rallies. In 1967, Davis returned to America, where she received a master’s degree at the University of California at San Diego and then entered doctoral study. She also joined a number of activist groups, including the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Black Panthers.
1973 Marco DeFunis, a white man, sues the University of Washington Law School, claiming to have been denied admission due to racial quotas. This is the first legal challenge to affirmative action policies. 1973 Law professor Boris I. Bittiker publishes The Case for Black Reparations. 1975 February 24 Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad dies, leaving the leadership of the organization to his son. 1978 The Supreme Court rules that minority admissions quotas are unconstitutional in the case Regents of the University of California v.
African American Eras Library by Meggin Condino