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Return In what city were there black artists and writers who were supported by whites?
Return What country were the Nazis from?
Return Where did Japan bomb the US naval base?
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Return Where did Rosa Parks refuse to give up her seat on the bus?
Return What was another name for hanging?
Return What happened in October, 1929?
Return What happened on December 7, 1941?
Return What march took place in 1963?
Return In what year was President Kennedy killed?
Return Who was the first black female member of Congress?
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Return Who won a Nobel Peace Prize for trying to get peace between the races?
Return What leader called for Black Power?
Return Who were the black pilots trained at Tuskegee Institute?
Return What war was going on between 1914 and 1917?
Return What was the time called when a lot of people were out of work?
Return What did Executive Order 8802 say?
Return What was the type of protest where people did not ride the buses?
Return What court case said black schools were NOT equal to white schools?
CIVIL RIGHTS FIGHTING FOR EQUALITY Mrs. Bryant’s 5 th Grade Georgia Standards WJIS.
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Daring to Dream: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A presentation for grades K through 2 by the Rice University Black Student Association and Office of Public.
Essential Questions: Why would others be affected by Rosa Parks’ actions during the Civil Rights Movement? How did the conflict of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
16 th President President that helped free African American slaves Wanted equality for ALL people.
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RACE ISSUES IN AMERICA 1929 – 1990 (Martin Luther King)
MARTIN LUTHER KING 1929 MLK was born in Georgia where he attended segregated public schools MLK became a pastor in the Baptist Church in Montgomery,
By: LeAnn Schannep Student Sample. By: Ava, Joey, Mandi and Tomeka.
I want my rights! A Look at the major events of the Civil Rights Movement.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Man of Peace.
Make a list of what your already know about the Civil Rights Movement.
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Chapter 19 Important People. became a folk hero while helping to dig the C&O tunnel at Talcott. John Henry.
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Created by Mrs. Fory’s 1 st grade class. Born on January 15, 1929 at noon. His dad was a preacher and his mom was a teacher. He was from Atlanta,
Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta Georgia. Martin Luther King Jr. attended Booker T. Washington High School where he was.
Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Hero
Leslie Cigny javeil Angelina Wilson. The most impressive thing about Martin Luther King Jr is how he ended segregation. Segregation is the separation.
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Unit 3 Fairness for all. Guessing Abraham Lincoln Martin Luther King. Jr Paul Robeson.
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Black History Month “In giving rights to others which belong to them, we give rights to ourselves and to our country” -John F. Kennedy.
December 1, 1955 was the day she couldn’t take it anymore, Parks refused to obey bus driver, the bus driver demanded she give up her seat in the colored.
5 th Grade Chapter 9 Vocabulary Ms. Thornburg’s Flash Cards!
Civil Rights Protests How did African-Americans achieve equality?
Civil Rights Era Movements and People. South Africa Apartheid –The policy of racial segregation, especially seen in South Africa.
Written by Lin Donn Illustrated by Phillip Martin.
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.
Martin Luther King,jr. Martin Luther King was born on 15 January 1929 in Atlanta in the United States. He died on 4 April1968 in Memphis. He was a non.
Alex Elezovic. Timeline Supreme court declares school segregation in Topeka, Kansas 1955-Rosa parks refuses to give up her seat to a white person.
Abraham Lincoln He freed the slaves. He did it because he thought slavery was wrong. He was the President and he out ruled slavery in the north and.
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Lesson 2: The Civil Rights Movement Part 2.
BY: SARAH AND HAYDEN THE MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT. SEGREGATION African Americans were not treated equally because of there race white Americans were treated.
Wanted Rosa Parks Age: 43 Would not to give up her bus seat to a white man Montgomery, Alabama: December 1, 1955.
Celebrations in the USA. Martin Luther King Day..
Steps of Success By: Trazell Primuse Durfee K-8 School.
Martin Luther King, Jr. January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968.
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What would the Civil Rights Movement be without the brave men and women who fought for equal rights? These leaders dedicated their lives to ending slavery,
History. People. Facts. Events. Today’s Society..
Rosa Parks was born Louise McCauley, February 4, 1913 in Tuskegee, Alabama. She was the first child of James and Leona Edwards McCauley.
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