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Civil Rights Review for Test
Rosa Parks is arrested and MLK leads a citywide strike to support her.
1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott
MLK makes his “I Have a Dream Speech”
1963 March on Washington
Allowed Native Americans to make laws on reservations
Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968
This involved bringing in the federal troops in order to integrate the school.
1957 Little Rock Nine
Provided health & medical assistance to low-income families
An organization that set up protests for more rights for Native Americans
American Indian Movement
Provided health insurance for all elderly people; it was financed through social security
MLK is arrested trying to protest for integration of public facilities
1963 Protest in Birmingham Alabama
This claimed that separate but equal is not legal thus schools integrated
1954 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
This forced restaurants to serve blacks & whites equally
1960 Greensboro Sit-In
The 1 st representative to Congress of Puerto Rican origin
Onetime leader of the SNCC who promoted the idea of Black Power
A violent group that was formed to fight for change
` Black Panther Party
This student was kicked out of Little Rock High School for pouring chili on another student
Civil Rights leader who was assassinated in April of 1968 bringing an end to the movement
Martin Luther King Jr.
Leader of the Nation of Islam who supported segregation
First woman Supreme Court Justice
Sandra Day O’Connor
The first African American to enroll & attend the University of Mississippi.
Leader of the United Farm Workers who fought for workers’ rights
Tested the enforcement of the Supreme Court’s desegregation of interstate buses ruling
An organization started by MLK & 60 other ministers
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
Assisted African Americans in their struggles by using the court systems
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Refused to give up bus seat to a white person which leads to boycott of buses
He called out the Arkansas National Guard to keep African Americans out of Central High School
Governor Orval Faubus
A peaceful rally, attended by over 200,000 people to support the civil rights bill
March on Washington
Organization founded by James Farmer & George Houser that carried out protests against public places that refused to admit or serve African Americans
Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
Was the lawyer who tried the Brown case for desegregation of schools
An attempt by civil rights workers to get African Americans registered to vote
Missed the bus and attempted to enter Central High School by herself
The first African American student to ever graduate from Little Rock High School
This banned discrimination in public
1964 Civil Rights Act
Name given to Kennedy’s social reform plan
The man charged with assassinating President Kennedy on November 22, 1963
Lee Harvey Oswald
This was a failed attempt at granting women Constitutional equality
Equal Rights Amendment
Fought for segragation & wanted to create a “Black America”
Nation of Islam
LBJ’s plan to: reduce poverty, promote equality, improve education, & rebuild cities
Fought to get Latinos elected to public office
La Raza Unida
Program that focused on helping people that lived below the poverty line
War on Poverty
This banned all literacy tests & used federal registrars to overlook the state workers
1965 Voting Act
This had one of the greatest impact on the civil rights movement
Civil Rights The political, social, and economic rights of a citizen.
The Civil Rights Movement 1954 – 1968 Section 1 : The Movement Begins (pgs. 622 – 629). Who is this woman ? Why is this man impt ?
The Civil Rights Movement: Chapter 38 Review
The Civil Rights era. Jackie Robinson Integrated baseball in 1947 Played for Brooklyn (later LA) Dodgers Became one of best players ever.
SCLC leader and planner of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
-Chief Justice Earl Warren in the Brown v. Board decision
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.
Chapter 14 The Civil Rights Movement 1945– 1975 Who is this woman ? Why is this man impt ?
Vocabulary Words and Phrases of the Civil Rights Movement
13 th Amendment 1865 Ended Slavery. 14 th Amendment 1868 Everyone is a citizen of the US and the state in which they reside. Due Process Clause Equal.
The Civil Rights Movement. 1.Why did and did not Eisenhower promote civil rights during his presidency? 1.Soviet Propaganda 2.Doubts 1.State and Local.
The Civil Rights Movement Signs of Change 1947 MLB desegregated 1948 Armed forces integrated But still segregated in southern facilities (Plessey) and.
Junior History Civil Rights Review. Civil Rights-Political economic and social rights guaranteed under the constitution Civil Rights-Political economic.
APUSH: Civil Rights Movement
CIVIL RIGHTS VOCABULARY 6 Steps to learning new vocabulary Marazano.
Civil Rights. In the Supreme Court – Brown v. Board of Education (1954) Court overturned Plessy v. Ferguson… “Separate but Equal” is unconstitutional.
The Civil Rights Movement Ch. 21. After World War II many question segregation NAACP—wins major victory with Supreme Court decision Brown vs. Board.
The Civil Rights Movement The Civil Rights Movement Pathway to the Dreamt Equality.
Test Review What 1896 Supreme Court decision made segregation legal and established the principle of “separate but equal?” Plessy v. Ferguson.
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.
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