Voting Rights Act of 1965 prohibits literacy tests and poll taxes which had been used to prevent blacks from voting. Blacks were allowed to vote. This gave them back one of the human rights that they should be entitled to. For example, South Carolina's African-American registered voters went from 58,000 to 191,000.
White parents didnt want nine black students to go to the same school as the kids. They created a mob of 1000 people and were prepared to bash the nine black students. So the Federal Government hired the army to escort and proptect the nine students.
The Supreme Court decision fueled violent segregationist backlash against black citizens by gangs of whites who committed beatings, burnings and often murders.Usually with no mercy. All white juries didn't convict whites for killing blacks even if all the evidence was against them. “The usual reasons for murder ranged from stealing food to talking back to a white person.” The challenges were unfair treatment towards blacks.
An American black woman whose name was Rosa Parks, was arrested for not giving up her seat on the front of the bus, to a white man. She was fined $10 which was a lot back then. The challenge to her human rights was, that she was not allowed to disobey a white man. when he asked her to give up her seat on the bus she had to obey him.