Presentation on theme: "Section 1:Freedom Now! Section 2:Voting Rights Section 3:Challenges for the Movement Section 4: The Movement Continues CHAPTER 22 The Civil Rights Movement."— Presentation transcript:
Section 1:Freedom Now! Section 2:Voting Rights Section 3:Challenges for the Movement Section 4: The Movement Continues CHAPTER 22 The Civil Rights Movement
SECTION 1 Freedom Now! Question: Why did civil rights leaders use nonviolent tactics?
SECTION 1 Freedom Now! The police did not resort to violence. The Albany protest was not a success. The police attacked protesters. Protesters gained support. The Birmingham protest was a success. Protesters were arrested. Protest in Albany, Georgia Protest in Birmingham, Alabama
SECTION 2 Voting Rights Question: What were reasons for the failure of early efforts to register voters in Mississippi and the limited success of the Freedom Summer project?
SECTION 2 Voting Rights Voter Registration in Mississippi Reasons for the Failure of Voter Registration Efforts in Mississippi and the Limited Success of Freedom Summer 1. murder of Herbert Lee/ violence against African Americans 2. violence against SNCC volunteers 3. arrest of student demonstrators in McComb, Mississippi 4. arson at SNCC office Freedom Summer 1. murder s of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner 2. fear of violence against African Americans
SECTION 3 Challenges for the Movement Question: How did Malcolm X’s views differ from those of mainstream civil rights leaders?
SECTION 3 Challenges for the Movement Views of Mainstream Civil Rights Leaders Civil rights will be obtained through: 1. nonviolence and 2. integration. Views of Malcolm X Civil rights will be obtained through: 1. “any means necessary” and 2. African American separatism.
SECTION 4 The Movement Continues Question: What gains were made by African Americans during the 1970s?
SECTION 4 The Movement Continues Gains Made by African Americans During the 1970s The income gap between whites and African Americans narrowed. The number of African American businesses rose. By the end of the 1970s more than 4,500 African Americans held elected office. Carl Stokes became the first African American to be elected mayor of Cleveland. African Americans formed strong alliances and effective lobbies. The number of African Americans enrolled in colleges and universities increased. African Americans played a crucial role in the 1976 presidential election.
CHAPTER 22 Can you answer the following? What difficulties did the SCLC face when it attempted to bring the civil rights struggle to northern cities? What effect did Supreme Court rulings have on the civil rights movement? What type of economic growth did black nationalists favor? Chapter Wrap-Up