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Diversity Black History Month BY Janette De La Rosa Ducut, Ed.D. Training and Development Officer
Cotton is King
Nat Turner’s Revolt
“Separate but Equal”
Post Slavery South
Brown vs. Board of Education
Little Rock Nine
Sit-in movement 1960
Freedom Rides 1961
Ole’ Miss 1962
1963 March on Washington
1964 Civil Rights Act
1965 Selma to Montgomery Malcolm X assassinated Voting Rights Act
1965 Black Power
Fair Housing Act 1968
King assassinated 1968
University of California vs. Bakke 1978
South Central riots
Chief Mike Lane
Summary Black History has made its mark in: Economics Education (especially UC history) Civil War Voting Civil rights Housing U.S. Presidency …each one of us
The Civil Rights Movement Michelle Roumelis Baileigh Lightsey Dpd 4/22/08.
Civil Rights Movement Oral Presentation. Objective Students will have a better understanding of the social movement in the 60s known as the civil rights.
The Civil Rights Movement Civil Rights Movement When did it really begin? The Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 began a long journey for the African-
The Struggle for Equality Civil Rights in the 50s and 60s.
Service in World War II Cold War Segregation contradicts democratic goodness Distraction in fight on communism Wrongfully accused see what its like to.
The Civil Rights Movement. What is the Civil Rights Movement?
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The Boom Years 1950s-1960s Chapter 12. Civil Rights The end of slavery was not the end of inequality. African Americans could not use many of the civil.
An evaluation of the reasons for the development of the Civil Rights campaign, after Issue 5.
THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT The Roots of the Civil Rights Movement.
The Civil Rights Movement Part One: Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Civil Rights Movement SSUSH22: The student will identify dimensions of the Civil Rights Movement, a. Explain the importance of Presidents Truman’s.
Civil Rights Movement 1950s, 1960s, & 1970s SS5H8: The student will describe the importance of key people, events, and developments between A.
CHAPTER 29 The Civil Rights Movement SECTION 1 Leaders and Strategies.
Civil Right Movement Early vs. Modern Civil Rights Movement Searching for an Identity and Leadership Leaders, Activities, and Organizations.
Triumphs of a Crusade Ch 29 Sect 2 Pg 916. Riding for Freedom Freedom Riders – African Americans and whites who attempted to ride across the south on.
“A Change is Gonna’ Come,” Sam Cooke, 1963 I was born by the river in a little tent Oh and just like the river I've been running ever since It's been a.
Civil Rights Walkabout Answer sheet. Station 1 - Discrimination Against African Americans 1.Define the term Segregation to cause or force the separation.
AGENDA History Log Standard Bullets 8.2 Notes Key Terms History Log: If you were a teen in the 1960s would you have joined the Civil Rights movement?
28.1: Origins of the Movement After WWII Great Migration Move to democratic party.
CICERO © Modern African-American Civil Rights Movement 1947–
Warm up 5/7/12 Look at the list of activists on p. 998 – 999. Choose 2 to summarize.
Civil Rights Movement EQ: What was the Civil Rights Movement, and how was it successful during the 1960s.
Ga’s role in Civil Rights Movement. Event/Group Date DescriptionImpact on Ga/US End of white primary 1946Practice in 1900; it didn’t allow blacks to vote.
Highlights of the history of this fabulous state we call home!
African Americans involvement both abroad and on the home front gave them a better sense of the world and their place in the world.
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