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I was the head of the SCLC and headlined a march of 200,000 people.
Who is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?
At a young age my life was ended because I could whistle a tune.
Who is Emmett Till?
I was arrested in New York for casting a vote before 1920.
Who is Susan B. Anthony?
I was in charge during the darkest era of our history, I never saw the slaves freed.
Who is President Lincoln?
I started the Hull House and helped form the Women’s Trade Union League.
Who is Jane Adams?
The steeps where the “I have a dream” speech took place.
What is the Lincoln Memorial?
Fire hoses, Police dogs, Police brutality
What is Birmingham, Alabama?
City and state where Susan B. Anthony tried to vote.
What is Rochester, New York?
Location of the Hull House.
What is Chicago, Illinois?
The city of blues, also the city Dr. King was assassinated in.
What is Memphis, Tennessee?
This U.S. city saw a human wave of 200,000 people, what is this event?
What is the March on Washington?
In 1920 I was ratified and gave all women the right to vote.
What is the 19 th amendment?
People rode into the south to challenge segregation.
What is the Freedom Rides?
First convention dealing with women’s right to vote.
What is the Seneca Falls Convention?
A 9-0 ruling in favor of Thurgood Marshall, “separate is not equal”
What is the Brown v. Board of Education Topeka case?
Having a prejudiced outlook, action, or treatment based on gender or race
What is Discrimination?
A method of social change that employs strategies such as strikes, sit-ins, boycotts, etc…
What is non- violent protest?
Laws enacted in the Southern states to separate white and black people in public or private places.
What are Jim Crow Laws?
A belief that women should have economic, political, and social equality with men.
What is Feminism?
A policy that seeks to correct past discrimination to those who were once disadvantaged.
What is Affirmative Action?
A milestone case that gave women rights over their body.
What is Roe v. Wade
A 1/8 th African- American refused to move to the negro car.
What is Plessy v. Ferguson?
5 blocks or 21 blocks?
What is Brown v. Board of Education Topeka?
Found guilty but was not jailed after she refused to pay her fine.
What is Susan B. Anthony v. The United States?
Heard by Chief Justice Warren this case challenged Jim Crow Laws and the 14 th amendment.
What is Brown v. Board of Education Topeka?
I gave women the right to vote.
What is the 19 th amendment?
I helped make ex-slaves and future born people citizens.
What is the 14 th amendment?
Those who were once under the bonds of oppression have been set free.
What is the 13 th amendment?
The last reconstruction amendment giving all men the right to vote.
What is the 15 th amendment?
The clause that was the base argument for the NAACP in the Brown v. Board case.
What is the Equal Protections Clause?
This law banned discrimination in the housing market.
What is the Civil Rights Act of 1968?
4 Major Court Cases. Roe v. Wade Year: 1973 Roe: For women’s rights Wade: Defense of Texas statute Issue: Women’s right over her own body. – Amendments:
Civil Rights Movement. Definitions Civil Disobedience-Refusal to obey civil laws in an effort to induce change in governmental policy or legislation,
CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. 14 th Amendment Purpose was to make sure that southern states were treating freed slaves equally under the law. Incorporated the.
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.
1. This amendment banned slavery in the United States. A) Jim Crow B) 15th C) 13th D) 14th.
Introduction to Civil Rights Movement Explain, describe and identify key events in the Civil Rights Movement.
EFFECTS OF SEGREGATION. History: Quick Review Civil War ended slavery Reconstruction Freedoms taken away African Americans faced discrimination.
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.
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 Vocab Chapter 18. De Jure Segregation Segregation based on the law Practiced in the South (Jim Crow Laws)
Civil Rights. Standards SS5H8 The student will describe the importance of key people, events, and developments between b. Explain the key events.
The American Civil Rights Movement. I Have a Dream Speech Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Patterns of Discrimination Discrimination is the act of being prejudice against a person because of race, religion, or gender Discrimination existed.
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCABULARY 6 Steps to learning new vocabulary Marazano.
American History Civil Rights Challenge Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy People Misc. Events Organizations Review
The Civil Rights Movement US History II SOL 8a …..Civil rights for African Americans had been a problem in our country since its birth…
1. The doctrine of separate but equal was the result of which court case? Plessy v. Ferguson.
July 26, 1948, President Harry Truman issued and Executive Order to Abolish Segregation in the Armed Services It Was Implemented Over.
Chapter 4 Civil rights. The Civil Rights Struggle: After the Civil War, African Americans routinely faced discrimination, or unfair treatment based on.
Civil Rights Review. What Supreme court case declared “separate is inherently unequal”? Brown v. Board of Ed.
1 Civil Rights in America. 2 Vocabulary 1. Unconstitutional – breaks the rules of the constitution. 2. Segregation – separation of different groups of.
The Civil Rights era. Jackie Robinson Integrated baseball in 1947 Played for Brooklyn (later LA) Dodgers Became one of best players ever.
Civil Rights Events & Legislation. Dred Scott (1857): Declared African-Americans were not and could never become citizens of the United States Plessy.
Civil Rights Movement. Background-1950’s-1970’s Purpose was to establish equal rights for all races-specifically the African-American race Segregation-to.
SECTION 29-1 PP Taking on Segregation “…in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place. Separate educational.
Rules One team member will answer the question within the time limits One team member will answer the question within the time limits No yelling out.
The Jim Crow Era (1870s – 1960s) 1) After Reconstruction, many Southern state governments passed “Jim Crow” laws forcing the separation of the races in.
Voting Rights. SUFFRAGE The right to vote POLL TAX A fee (money) people had to pay in order to vote in local, state, and national elections. Ended in.
The Players Vocabulary Plessey v. Ferguson Brown v.
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. The Beginning Southern states secede and form the Confederate States of America; Civil War begins President Lincoln issues.
Laws & Court Cases Vocabulary Terms Civil Rights Leaders Civil Rights Leaders Take a Chance.
Examining the Civil Rights Movement and the changing role of women. USII 9a.
Service in World War II Cold War Segregation contradicts democratic goodness Distraction in fight on communism Wrongfully accused see what its like to.
Civil Rights Notes Entry 3.5. Bill of Rights Civil liberties: rights of citizenship and equality Civil liberties: rights of citizenship and equality Some.
The Civil Rights Movement. Plessy v. Ferguson 1896 Supreme Court case establishes the “separate but equal” doctrine.
Civil Rights Vocab Chapter 20. De Jure Segregation Segregation based on the law Practiced in the South (Jim Crow Laws)
Background Post WWI & WWII movement to urban areas African Americans influencing party politics by the 1950s Conflicting feelings about Cold War.
Civil Rights Movement Jeopardy Jeopardy Review Game.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s and 1960s. Brown v Board of Education Supreme Court decision that segregated schools are unequal and schools must desegregate.
Civil Rights Identify the Plessy v. Ferguson decision? “Separate but equal” facilities were constitutional Racial segregation was legal.
The Civil Rights Movement. Types of Segregation de facto segregation: established by practice and custom, not by law –seen mostly in northern cities de.
Chapter 4.4 The Civil Rights Struggle. Background of the Struggle After the Civil War, African Americans routinely faced discrimination, or unfair treatment.
The Rise of Segregation Resistance and Repression.
The Struggle for Equality. Path to Abolishing Slavery The Constitutional Convention would have failed without a compromise on slavery. Counted slaves.
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. How do these images make you feel?
Civil Rights Protests How did African-Americans achieve equality?
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.
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