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The Stonewall Riots kicked off this movement What is the Gay Rights Movement?
This man led the United Farm Workers in their struggle for better work conditions Who is Cesar Chavez?
Though proposed in 1923, this still has not been passed. What is the ERA (Equal Rights Amendment)?
This group of Americans fighting for their rights had no problem using violence. What are Native Americans?
Who is Harvey Milk? He was the first open homosexual to be elected to office in a major U.S. city
MLK believed the proper response to violence was this What is “nothing”?
Malcolm X believed this was the proper response to violence What is violence?
He was assassinated, probably by members of the Nation of Islam Who is Malcolm X?
His dreams inspired him to lead the March on Washington Who is MLK Jr.?
When Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat, MLK Jr. and others began this What is the Montgomery Bus Boycott?
Following this crisis, many public schools were closed to prevent integration What is “The Little Rock Crisis”?
This was inspired by the arrest and beating of a black man for a minor traffic violation What is the Watts Riot?
The sit-ins in Greensboro were designed to stop this What is discrimination at lunch counters?
This socialist organization formed to defend the black community from police violence What is the Black Panthers?
Police dogs and fire hoses were turned on protestors, mostly children, in this city What is Birmingham, AL?
This case established “separate but equal” What is Plessy v. Ferguson?
This case, brought by the NAACP, ended segregation in schools What is Brown v. Board of Ed.?
Two ways Southern states limited blacks’ right to vote What are Black Codes, Literacy Tests, Poll Taxes, Intimidation, etc?
This Amendment gave citizenship to blacks and provided equal protection What is the 14 th ?
This Amendment was supposed to guarantee the right to vote to all men What is the 15 th ?
What is bus desegregation in the South? The Freedom Rides were supposed to test this
What is the March on Selma? Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965 after this march
What is Selma, AL? A march in this city turned in to “Bloody Sunday”
Who is Robert Kennedy? This man sent the National Guard to protect the Freedom Riders
What is the Kerner Report? This report said that America was moving to two societies, “separate and unequal”
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Civil Rights Movement Life under Plessy v. Ferguson.
Civil Rights Protests How did African-Americans achieve equality?
Notes: The Civil Rights Movement The Beginning of the Civil Rights Movement (1950s): 1.The Supreme Court, in a decision handed down by new Chief Justice.
The Civil Rights Movement: A Photo File. Segregation Begins.
Graphic Organizer 8.1B and 8.1C- Civil Rights Civil Rights Movement Leaders: Martin Luther King Jr. Ms. Rosa Parks Malcolm Little aka Malcom.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s and 1960s. Brown v Board of Education Supreme Court decision that segregated schools are unequal and schools must desegregate.
Jeopardy Important People Nonviolent Resistance Role of the Government Radical Change Success and Failure Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q.
July 26, 1948, President Harry Truman issued and Executive Order to Abolish Segregation in the Armed Services It Was Implemented Over.
The Civil Rights Movement. World War II African Americans Allowed to Fight Harsh Discrimination Still in US Voting – Right to Vote after Civil War – Unfair.
Constitutional Rights Amendment 13 Freed the Slaves Amendment 14 Freedmen had the same rights as everyone else Amendment 15 Freedmen could vote.
Test Review What 1896 Supreme Court decision made segregation legal and established the principle of “separate but equal?” Plessy v. Ferguson.
The Civil Rights Movement Ch. 21. After World War II many question segregation NAACP—wins major victory with Supreme Court decision Brown vs. Board.
Civil Rights. In the Supreme Court – Brown v. Board of Education (1954) Court overturned Plessy v. Ferguson… “Separate but Equal” is unconstitutional.
Civil Rights Movement. WWII opened the door for the civil rights movement. WWII opened the door for the civil rights movement. In 1941, Roosevelt banned.
Civil Rights Era 1954 – 1975 A Brief Synopsis Jim Crow Laws.
Triumphs & Challenges of the Civil Rights Movement What are issues that come up during the Civil Rights Movement?
The Civil Rights Movement Section 1: The Movement Begins The Origins of the Movement “separate-but-equal” Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 de facto segregation.
The Civil Rights Movement Also known as Jim Crow Era 1870s – 1960s Congress freed the slaves but they failed the ensure their freedoms.
Civil Rights Review for Test. Rosa Parks is arrested and MLK leads a citywide strike to support her.
Unit 7 CP United States History Civil Rights Part ’s, 1960’s, Civil Rights Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, LBJ, Nixon.
Introduction to Civil Rights Movement Explain, describe and identify key events in the Civil Rights Movement.
Civil Rights Movement Explain, describe and identify key events in the Civil Rights Movement.
The Civil Rights Movement: Chapter 38 Review. What Rights are worth fighting for? Are all Americans entitled to the same civil rights? What are the risks.
Unit 7 CP United States History Chapter 21 & ’s, 1960’s, Civil Rights Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, LBJ, Nixon.
Unit 9: Chapters 24 & 26. Identify the key leaders of the Civil Rights movement Explain the origins of the Civil Rights movement Describe and explain.
DE-SEGREGATION Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 Separate but equal Developing Civil Rights Movement WWII Armed Forces NAACP Thurgood Marshall Brown v.
The Jim Crow Era (1870s – 1960s) 1) After Reconstruction, many Southern state governments passed “Jim Crow” laws forcing the separation of the races in.
Chapter 21 The Civil Rights Movement ( ).
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCABULARY 6 Steps to learning new vocabulary Marazano.
Service in World War II Cold War Segregation contradicts democratic goodness Distraction in fight on communism Wrongfully accused see what its like to.
Kennedy, Johnson, and Civil Rights Chapter 29, Section #2.
Challenging Segregation. The Sit-In Movement Many African American college students saw the sit-in movement as a way to take things into their own hands.
Forty Years Later, Does it Still Exist? Post Civil War 1865 End of war brought legal rights to African Americans on national level –13th Amendment.
Civil Rights 1860s-1960s Jim Crow Laws – 1880’s Plessy Vs. Ferguson Chapter 20 – pages Booker T. Washington – 1880s-90s – focused on improving.
Civil Rights. Standards SS5H8 The student will describe the importance of key people, events, and developments between b. Explain the key events.
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCAB DIRECTIONS: Write down as much information as you can about each of the following key people, groups and events from the Civil Rights.
Major Events of the Civil Rights Movement
HW Quiz 1. Whose arrest led to the beginning of the Montgomery Bus Boycott? 2. Name the group of black students who, with help from army troops, attended.
1. This amendment banned slavery in the United States. A) Jim Crow B) 15th C) 13th D) 14th.
Unit 8 Content Review pg CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s and 1960s Primarily looking at Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X.
The Civil Rights Era: The Movement Makes Gains. Linda Brown.
Add to your notebook Unit 8 Civil Rights Civil Rights Movement Beginnings (44)1.
The Civil Rights Movement. Types of Segregation de facto segregation: established by practice and custom, not by law –seen mostly in northern cities de.
American History Civil Rights Challenge Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy People Misc. Events Organizations Review
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. What are civil rights and what are civil liberties? Civil Rights = The right of every person to equal protection under.
Civil Rights Era Movements and People. South Africa Apartheid –The policy of racial segregation, especially seen in South Africa.
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. 14 th Amendment Purpose was to make sure that southern states were treating freed slaves equally under the law. Incorporated the.
UNIT 15 African – American Civil Rights Movement.
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