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Kent Chronicles September, 2012
First Red Scare 1920’s Palmer Raids
HUAC Hollywood Ten Blacklists Alger Hiss
Joseph McCarthy Senator from Wisconsin
How bout here? Do you remember any incidence of people being removed for Communist activities?
Burgeoning Civil Rights in the 50’s Brown v. Board of Topeka (1954) Desegregation of Little Rock, Arkansa (1957) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955)
Brown v. Board Overturned Plessy v. Ferguson – Separate but equal
The Little Rock Nine
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Chapter 29 The Civil Rights Movement Section 1 The Movement Begins.
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?
The Truman Years The Age of Suspicion 25.3.
Chapter 18 Section 3. What are you afraid of? A few communist spies were found in America. People wanted action. Many politicians used this to further.
The Cold War at Home Ch 18 Sec 3. I. Fear of Communist Influence A. Loyalty Review Board 1. Investigate federal employees. 2. Find out who was disloyal.
McCarthyism and the Red Scare. Nothing new A. Mitchell Palmer Mass Hysteria –Terrorist attacks (Wall St.) –Deportations.
Civil Rights Movement EQ: What was the Civil Rights Movement, and how was it successful during the 1960s.
The Cold War at Home Or: McCarthyism. Us-versus-Them Democrats v. totalitarians Democrats v. totalitarians Capitalists v. communists Capitalists v. communists.
African Americans involvement both abroad and on the home front gave them a better sense of the world and their place in the world.
Chapter 18 Section 1. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) The Supreme Court's decision in the case of Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) had declared segregation to be constitutional.
Native Son by Richard Wright Which cover do you find the most interesting and what do you think each would have in common?
McCarthyism and the Second Red Scare American Cold War Culture and Law.
Unit 13 The Cold War at Home and the 1950s 1 A. Baby Boom It seems to me that every other young housewife I see is pregnant. -- British visitor to America,
Amistad © 2009 Desegregation Start. Amistad © 2009 End What Is Desegregation? Ending racial segregation was the focus of the Civil Rights Movement both.
Communism at Home Unit 4 Lesson 10. Objectives Describe government efforts to investigate the loyalty of US citizens. Explain the spy cases of Alger Hiss.
Supreme Court Cases: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS 1954.
Chapter 28 Section 1 The Civil Rights Movement Riddlebarger.
House of Cards Rules of the Game: Your task is to build a house of cards. Every person in the group must participate actively. There is an internal traitor.
Service in World War II Cold War Segregation contradicts democratic goodness Distraction in fight on communism Wrongfully accused see what its like to.
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Warriors Dont Cry & Whirligigs Summer Reading Books of Choice Mrs. Cole OMMS.
COLD WAR AT HOME SPYING McCarthyism HUAC SPACE RACE Quiz.
The McCarthy Era An Era of Suspicion. House of UnAmerican Activities Committee FILMS HAD POWER TO CORRUPT AMERICAN PEOPLE FILMS HAD POWER TO CORRUPT AMERICAN.
© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Round 1 Final Jeopardy.
Beginning of the Cold War and 1950s Jeopardy Review.
Title IX (9) “No person in The United States, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination.
starter activity In 1896 the court case ‘Plessy v Ferguson’ upheld segregation if it was ‘separate but equal’ Compare these segregated schools in the.
The Civil Rights Movement Harlem Renaissance Segregation School Desegregation The Montgomery Bus Boycott Sit-Ins Freedom Riders Desegregating Southern.
Background to the Civil Rights Movement. The Deep South The southern states of the United States – known as the Deep South – were famous for their rich,
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