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History of the Environmental Movement in the U.S. Seminar Unit #3 Prof. Christopher L. Howard.

my movement from Thoreaus essay On the Duty of Civil Disobedience, written about 80 years ago."[61]JohannesburgSouth AfricaWebb Miller[61] Martin Luther King, Jr. noted in his autobiography that his first encounter with the idea of non-violent resistance was reading "On Civil Disobedience" in 1944 while attending Morehouse College. He wrote in his autobiography that it wasMorehouse College http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_David_Thoreau Civil Disobediance Here, in this/


By: Whitney McDaniel Introduction The Civil Rights Movement refers to a set of noted events and reform movements in the United States aimed at abolishing.

only one of its kind. Movements in the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, and in Africa have all gained great attention because of the movement here in the United States Movements in the United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, and in Africa have all gained great attention because of the movement here in the United States Second Reconstruction Almost 100 years after the last shot was fired in the Civil War, America was embarking on its/


Security in Cyberspace Torbjörn Lundqvist. Overview ● Written on the body: Biometrics and Identity, Irma van Der Ploeg – In what way does biometrics contain.

fighter” - William Laqueur, 1977 ● Violence breeds more violence, Non-violence does not, (Ghandi, “Satyagraha”) – Violent struggle vs. civil disobedience ● Peaceful breaking of unjust laws (direct action) – Non-violent protest: Boycotts, sanctions, “sabotage” (s. f. Plowshares-movement), “information-war” – Non-violent protest takes moral high-ground, in that it confronts power without resorting to violence – Protesters take responsibility of their actions, (imprisonment, etc.) Hacktivism ● Hacktivism/


Unit 18 Post WW II – Nationalism - Having prideNationalism in one’s nation, ethnicity, culture, etc.

did it and why did it happen? III. Nationalism in Africa Pre-World War II: Africa was divided up into European colonies World War II: European colonies grew tired of fighting wars Post-World War II: Colonies not wanting to fight – Europeans decided to/system 3) Use of civil disobedience to gain political freedom 4) Establishment of a national religion in India One way in which Simon Bolivar, Jomo Kenyatta, and Mohandas Gandhi are similar is that each 1)Led a nationalist movement 2)Used nonviolent tactics /


Effects National Security Act passed CIA created House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) Root out Communist subversives in American Government Alger.

Civil disobedience Three men who were leaders Limited president’s ability to authorize war Cause LB Johnson’s escalation Vietnam protests in US War Powers Act Limited president’s ability to authorize war Cause LB Johnson’s escalation Vietnam protests in US Marines Killed unarmed villagers in/Rolling Stones Woodstock Rock concert turned violent Andy Warhol: Pop Art Drugs President American Indian Movement Dennis Banks and George Mitchell Rights of Native Americans Second Occupation of Wounded Knee Rode /


Independence Movements & Decolonization Ch. 33-ish.

 WWII → civil disobedience & gradual transfer of power to nationalists –Nkrumah  Nkrumah’s Ghana –Ambitious gov’t development schemes –Problems yield authoritarianism Algeria (Settler Africa) Growing Nationalism  European “superiority” shattered  Economic desperation & tension w/ white settlers → violent independence Winning Independence  British Kenya  French Algeria –Guerilla war –1 million French cling, then flee Vietnam Growing Nationalism  Harsh French colonization  WWI sparks movements: –VNQDD/


Post World War Civil Rights everything you need to know according to your EOCT Guide.

White anger? Non-violence OR civil disobedience Civil Rights Review Game What was the second comprehensive Civil Rights law that ended ? Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Civil Rights Review Game What civil rights organization was created out of the sit-in movement? Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Civil Rights Review Game What civil rights organization was created out of the sit-in movement? Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Civil Rights Review Game What/


3c. Draw conclusions about the causes and effects of American involvement in the world wars. (DOK 3)

United States involvement D.wanted to stop the growing influence of newly independent developing nations Question #2 After World War II, the Marshall Plan was proposed as a way to A. improve diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union B/ Power and Red Power movements were grassroots organizations that believed in the power of civil disobedience. B. The Black Power and Red Power movements felt that violence was necessary to end discrimination. C. The Black Power and Red Power movements felt that violence was /


The American Nonviolent Tradition. Structure Origins of American nonviolence – Quakers, key figures, War of Independence Origins of American nonviolence.

Quakers Colonial movement of resistance at this time largely nonviolent – pragmatic technique for most groups apart from Quakers Quakers Began in England in 1650s, as a nonconformist breakaway from English Puritanism Began in England in 1650s, as/in civil disobedience, pacifism, oneness of creation French and Indian War led Woolman and Benezet to refuse to pay taxes in support of war – very new practice even among Quakers French and Indian War led Woolman and Benezet to refuse to pay taxes in support of war/


TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Revolution and Nationalism in Latin America.

movement. TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. Terms and People Amritsar massacre – an incident in 1919 in which British troops fired on an unarmed crowd of Indians ahimsa – an ancient Hindu doctrine of nonviolence and reverence for all life civil disobedience/ of Indians. TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. When the war ended in 1945, India’s independence was at hand, but conflicts between Hindus and Muslims troubled the/


Turmoil and Change Civil Rights. Taking on Segregation.

night in jail in protest of slavery and Mexican War in 1846. Wrote an essay called “Civil Disobedience” »SNCC went from a in between classes commitment to a full time one very quickly. »SNCC field secretaries were only given about $10 per week, so they relied on those African Americans in the area they were sent to for assistance- again support of ordinary African Americans. The Movement Spreads The Movement/


The Civil Rights Movement. The Rex theater, Leland, Mississippi November 1939.

violent protest to support the Civil Rights Movement.  King believed in the philosophy used by Gandhi in India known as nonviolent civil disobedience. He applied this philosophy to protest organized by the SCLC.  The civil disobedience led to media coverage of/ impact  build and celebrate black culture  amass political & economic power of Black community  Colleges, athletes, anti-war, etc. Black Power Black Power is a term that emphasizes racial pride and the desire for African Americans to achieve /


British Imperialism in India

together towards Indian Independence World War I Great Britain got 1 Million Indians to enlist in the British army to fight in World War I Britain promised Indians self-government in exchange for them enlisting in the British army 1918 Indian/to become leader of the Indian Independence Movement his teachings blended ideas from all major world religions (especially Hinduism, Christianity, Islam) Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948) Gandhi preached/practiced Civil Disobedience deliberate and public refusal to obey any/


Chapter 5 - Civil Rights Learning objectives:

take 15 yrs from Brown I to de-segregate The Civil Rights Movement Strategy: Non-violent protest of segregated society Movement’s tactic: Civil disobedience => Greensboro “Lunch counter sit-in” (1960) CORE Freedom Rides – summer of 1961=>/regular relocation Treaty violations to take Indian lands Indian Wars (1864 & 1890) “Battle” of Wounded Knee (1890)- massacre of prisoners Supreme Court decision of 1884 => Indians not citizens American Indian Movement (AIM) Alcatraz Island occupation (Treaty entitlement) /


Could America have gained independence from Britain in the late-18th century without the use of violence? Adams to Jefferson after the Revolution: ‘The.

, and bypassed colonial legislatures).  Violence eventually came into play in such situations, but pre-war American revolutionaries very effectively used boycotts (e.g. women wove cloth/Civil Disobedience profound influence on Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. Both fascinated by the idea of refusing to cooperate with an evil system. Thoreau, in their opinion, eloquent and passionate in getting this idea across. Teachings of Thoreau came alive in Gandhi’s satyagraha campaign and the civil rights movement/


Mohandas “Mahatma” Gandhi 1869 - 1948 Born in India A Hindu Civil Rights Leader Practiced “Ahimsa” (non-violent resistance) Led India to independence from.

imprisoning over 60,000 people Gandhi-Irwin Pact was signed in 1931 This freed all prisoners in return for suspension of civil disobedience movement Gandhi invited to attend Round Table Conference in London to represent Indian National Congress Britain’s Reaction Indians / was strongly opposed to this idea, but was forced to agree because of the threat of civil war. EVENTS:PARTITION Rather than risk full civil war Gandhi and Nehru accepted Jinnah’s demands. India would be split – portioned- to create a/


THE 60S CHAPTER 25. CIVIL RIGHTS STRUGGLES/FREEDOM RIDE Success of Bus boycott had led to further civil disobedience movements Sit ins, Boycotts. Freedom.

further civil disobedience movements Sit ins, Boycotts. Freedom Ride (organized by CORE congress on racial equality)- would ride busses, trains etc… in ALL sections. Riders arrested, sometimes beaten. But that is part of non-violent non cooperation, if you do nothing in the / taking a lot of legislating power from Congress. After Watergate- Congress worked hard to get that power BACK: War Powers Act: Says president can only send troop into a conflict area for 90 days before seeking congressional approval. /


The Civil Rights Movement (1950–1968). Positive acts of government that seek to make constitutional guarantees a reality for all people….  No discrimination.

was the start to his incredible career as the most famous leader of the Civil Rights movement.  During The March On Washington he delivered one of the most famous speeches of 20 th century titled, “I Have A Dream”  Before he was assassinated in 1968, he won the Nobel Peace Prize. Civil DisobedienceIn 1957 King helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).  King believed/


Chapter 5: Civil Rights American Democracy Now 2/e.

McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 5 Civil Rights The Civil Rights Movement  Fighting Back: Early Civil Rights Organizations  The End of Separate But Equal  Rosa Parks’s Civil Disobedience on a Montgomery Bus  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Strategy of Civil Disobedience Nonviolent civil disobedience The reaction to civil disobedience ©2011, The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 6 Civil Rights Where Do You Stand? With regard to/


Civil Rights Movement(s ) “Give To Every Other Human Being Every Right That You Claim For Yourself.” Robert Ingersoll.

nonviolent resistance. Civil Disobedience Nonviolent methods to confront discrimination and racism in the late 1950s and early 1960s. -BOYCOTTS, SIT-INS, & FREEDOM RIDES. Mohandas Gandhi. American civil rights leaders such as James Farmer of CORE, Martin Luther King Jr. of SCLC, and others shared Gandhi’s views. James Lawson. Civil Rights Movement Prior to 1954 Pre-1900 Opposition to slavery in colonial days Abolition movement and Civil War Legalized racism after/


1 AMST 3100 The 1960s The Civil Rights Movement: 1960-1965.

and white bigots. This sit-in occurred in Mississippi. Over time, SNCC members began to re-think their strategies and goals. 6 The Civil Rights Movement, 1960-63 Grounded in nonviolent civil disobedience.Grounded in nonviolent civil disobedience. Increasingly multiracial.Increasingly multiracial./ with the civil rights advocates, but JFK did not change his domestic policies much because he continued to prioritize Cold War issues.The incident forced the federals to visibly side with the civil rights advocates/


NC State Board of Education Global Education Strategic Plan Educating for Global Competence in Social Studies January 21, 2016.

History II o American During World War II American During World War II o Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Voices of the Civil Rights Movement o 1950s: Development and Effects of the Cold War 1950s: Development and Effects of the Cold War o 1960s and 1970s: Crisis/ skills learned in this unit to create training videos to teach citizens today how to use civil disobedience as a method to communicate ideas and take action in our modern society. Students will begin to see how these past movements continue to /


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part of NATO High Readiness Forces Movement collapses and only a small core of activists keep the protest alive DNA, civil disobedience and “communication guerrilla” actions begin campaign against NATO base 2003 US-UK bombing and occupation of Iraq. Spanish government gives complete political support against the vast majority of the Spanish population Strong social mobilization against war In Valencia, the “campaign” organizes a citizens/


EOCT Practice Last Chance

similar? A. They used nonviolent methods of civil disobedience. B. They expelled white staffers and denounced white supporters. C. They encouraged acts of violence in self-defense. D. They were called the/movement in the U.S. B. Berlin wrote several novels about African American pride. C. He led many civil rights marches and protests. D. He created music that was used in many Broadway musicals. Which of the following events resulted in public outrage in the United States against the Germans during World War/


Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America (1835)

In a democracy, there are unjust laws, but people “think that they ought to wait until they have persuaded the majority to alter them.” (p. 52.) Henry David Thoreau, Civil Disobedience /of Texas and other Western areas is not a pro-slavery movement, in fact it will serve to ease the transition to the abolishment of slavery.      --/….. Cast down your bucket among these people who have without strikes and labor wars tilled your fields, cleared your forests, builded your railroads and cities, brought /


Leaders Of The Civil Rights Movement American History.

the tobacco market." Durham, North Carolina. May 1940. The Civil Rights Movement prior to 1954 Pre-1900 Opposition to slavery in colonial days Abolition movement and Civil War Legalized racism after Reconstruction 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson allowed the segregation/protest to support the Civil Rights Movement.  King believed in the philosophy used by Gandhi in India known as nonviolent civil disobedience. He applied this philosophy to protest organized by the SCLC.  The civil disobedience led to media coverage/


Civil Liberties & Civil Rights. What are Civil Liberties?  Personal rights of the citizens! –Defined by the Bill of Rights –Interpreted by the police,

March for first class citizenship  Role of the protest movement in implementing court decisions and constitutional rights –Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955) Arrest of Rosa parks in “no-man’s land” between White and Black sections of the bus Decision to use civil disobedience tactics –Deliberate, nonviolent violation of the law (passive resistance) –Return to pre-revolutionary War idea of boycott Blacks to boycott Montgomery buses –Selection/


Arab-Israeli Conflict Greater Israel---Late 1960s and Early 1970s Following the 1967 war the UNSC passed resolution 242 which reaffirmed “the inadmissibility.

, rock throwing and gasoline bombs. Israeli military response Over approx. 400 Israelis Killed Over approx. 1500 Palestinians Killed The Intifada In December 1987 the Palestinians of the West Bank and Gaza rose in revolt. The uprising was unarmed and took the form of civil disobedience, tax strikes, boycotts and non co-operation with collaborators. Israel responded with a policy of “might, force and beatings/


Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson APUSHMcElhaney. Essay Question Johnson Administration Essay: Essay: In what ways did the Great Society resemble the New Deal.

civil disobedience and non-violent protest to work for civil rights for African Americans, but he was becoming more radical in views like the Vietnam war and socialist ideas. Martin Luther King Jr. continued his work of civil disobedience and non-violent protest to work for civil /Mai-Lai Massacre Timothy Leary Timothy Leary Election of 1968 Slide 1, 2, 3, 4, 1234 1234 Anti-War Movement Anti-War Movement New Left New Left Kissenger and Peace with Honor Robert F. Kennedy Robert F. Kennedy Gulf of Tonkin 1964/


Mrs. FentonUS: Containment Abroad and Agreement at Home Improving Economy When Dwight Eisenhower became President in 1953, he was the first Republican.

commonly prospered during the 1950s. There were several reasons for this. During World War II, Americans had worked hard and generally earned good wages. Because of /in which he defended his methods of nonviolent civil disobedience and restated the need for direct action to end segregation. Television cameras had brought the scenes of violence is Birmingham to people across the country. This helped build support for the growing civil rights movement. In Birmingham, the protests eventually resulted in/


INDEPENDENCE IN INDIA AND VIETNAM © 2011 Clairmont Press.

Movement.Mohandas Ghandi led the cry for independence with the Satyagraha Movement. The Amritsar massacre in 1919 ignited nationalist furor around India.The Amritsar massacre in 1919 ignited nationalist furor around India. Ghandi led a movement of civil disobedience and peace to overthrow British rule.Ghandi led a movement of civil disobedience/ He was forced to leave the country under penalty of death. Vietnam After World War II, Ho Chi Minh would lead a revolt for a new group called the Vietminh League. He/


Chapter 15, Section 3: India Seeks Self-Rule Section Summary In 1919, Indian protests against colonial rule led to riots and attacks on British residents.

The British then banned public meetings. On April 13, 1919, a peaceful crowd of Indians gathered in an enclosed field in Amritsar. As Indian leaders spoke, British soldiers fired on the unarmed crowd. Nearly 400 people /course of the Indian independence movement. Terms, People, and Places Amritsar massacre ahimsa civil disobedience untouchables Amritsar massacre ahimsa civil disobedience untouchables boycott CHECKPOINT Questions: Why did Indians call for independence after World War I? What methods did /


Journal In your journal section, write about the following; What do you believe the duties of government should be? What should be the duties of the citizen?

and two most prominent thinkers of a uniquely American movement Historical Background Transcendentalist writers flourished in the 1830’s to 1840’s Transcendentalist writers flourished in the 1830’s to 1840’s During the industrial revolution/organizations. Historical Background, continued Many Transcendentalist were strong abolitionists and opposed the American Civil War. Henry Thoreau, in protest of war and slavery, wrote Civil Disobedience and refused to pay taxes. He was imprisoned for not paying taxes an/


Civil Rights Movement Honors United States History Chapter 18.1-18.2 Mr. Brink.

vs. De Facto Segregation Public Lynching Civil Rights. Why Now??? Public Sacrifice in 2 wars but no rights at home… Legacy of hypocrisy re WWII Jews Continuation of women’s movement Movement prior to 1954 Civil War Amendments- Jim Crow Laws- Plessy /-violent protest to support the Civil Rights Movement.  King believed in the philosophy used by Gandhi in India known as nonviolent civil disobedience. He applied this philosophy to protest organized by the SCLC.  The civil disobedience led to media coverage of/


WORLD HISTORY Teacher: Ron Coleman Grade: 10. California Standards 10.1 Students relate the moral and ethical principles in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy,

and bringing Indians in to the war without consulting them. Class quiz Ch. 12 Sec. 3 1.The British opened fire on an unarmed crowd A) boycott B) Amritsar massacre C) ahimsa D) civil disobedience 2. Gandhi called for Indians to __________ British goods, especially cotton textiles. A) Quarantine B) boycott C) discriminate D) ahimsa 3. What symbol of the nationalist movement did Gandhi promote/


IR437 NATIONALISM AND ETHNICITY NATIONALISM IN INDIA.

through trade and taxes British also recruited many Indians to join its army to fight the war Soldiering was an honourable tradition in India and the British capitalised on this. They regimented India’s manpower as the backbone/peasants, cotton mill workers and Indians in general SATYAGRAHA Non-violent methods:  The non-cooperation movement – aimed at bringing the government to a standstill by withdrawing any support to administration  The civil disobedience movement – was planned to paralyze the /


The Civil Rights Movement IB History. Essential Questions? What were the goals and tactics of the different leaders of the Civil Rights movement? Why.

to organize non-violent protest to support the Civil Rights Movement.  King believed in the philosophy used by Gandhi in India known as nonviolent civil disobedience. He applied this philosophy to protest organized by the SCLC.  The civil disobedience led to media coverage of the daily inequities/get suspicious of him. Especially if he gets a peace award before the war is over. X Ill say nothing against him. At one time the whites in the United States called him a racialist, and extremist, and a Communist/


Social Movements of the 1960s. Role of Civil Disobedience Example: In 1960, when 4 African American college students sat down at a “whites only” restaurant.

viewed both government & protesters, & signaled an end to the antiwar protest movement. Nixon began to withdraw troops & discontent with the war took more normal political form. Practice Questions Mary Beth Tinker was suspended from school for wearing a black armband as a way to protest the Vietnam War. She was engaging in  A) civil disobedience  B) judicial review  C) civic participation  D) illegal activity Practice Questions/


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concessions from the government” Is This Civil Disobedience? You believe that the war in Afghanistan is immoral. You stop paying your income taxes because you refuse to have your money help support it Is This Civil Disobedience? The school administration decides to ban /trying to practice. Is This Civil Disobedience? You and some of your friends are Denver Broncos fans. You block one of the hallways at your school because you and your friends are "Tebowing" Social Movements Group Project Fantasy Draft Finish/


THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. Definitions: Passive resistance/ non violent protest: Can be referred to as ‘ civil disobedience’. It means the use of peaceful.

civil disobedience’. It means the use of peaceful methods such as protest marches, strikes and boycotts to bring about change. Human Rights: Human rights are the rights of each individual person. These rights include freedom of speech, freedom from arbitrary arrest, freedom of religion or belief, freedom of movement and freedom of political association. Civil Rights: Civil rights were the rights belonging to individual citizens. In/


By: Nick Becton, Ivy Cox, and Riley Carney CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE TO REFUSE TO PAY TAX, FINES OR COMPLY WITH CERTAIN LAWS AS A PEACEFUL FORM OF POLITICAL PROTEST.

Henry David Thoreau acted passively when he didn’t pay his poll tax. Without Thoreau, The civil rights movement could have ended in a violent, bloody war, which would never be resolved. CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT  A second place where you can see Civil Disobedience in the Civil Rights Movement is in the Greensboro (1942) “Sit-In”. A sit-in is when a African American would go to a “All-White” restaurant and just sit/


Civil Rights Movement. Baby Boomers Baby Boom- The sudden increase in births in the United States following World War II Baby Boom- The sudden increase.

Civil Rights Movement Baby Boomers Baby Boom- The sudden increase in births in the United States following World War II Baby Boom- The sudden increase in births in the United States following World War II People born between / Civil Disobedience-Refusal to obey civil laws in an effort to induce change in governmental policy or legislation, characterized by the use of passive resistance or other nonviolent means. Civil Disobedience-Refusal to obey civil laws in an effort to induce change in governmental/


Civil Rights. Essential Question How did civil rights activists advance the ideals of equality, liberty, and opportunity for African Americans? How did.

ins and SNCC Sit-Ins Sit-Ins NC A&T NC A&T Continues for months Continues for months Movement spread Movement spread Student Organizations Student Organizations Role of college students Role of college students Ella Baker  SNCC Ella Baker  SNCC Justice, peace, and nonviolence Justice, peace, and nonviolence Trained students in civil disobedience Trained students in civil disobedience/ question--"Is this all?"... In the fifteen years after World War II, this mystique of feminine fulfillment became the cherished... /


1. John Rolfe In 1612, Rolfe created tobacco.

across the country, businesses could coordinate, and people could maintain relationships. However the biggest role the telegraph had was in the Civil War when Union generals used it to direct there armies. Page – #246 https://www.google.com/search?q=telegraph/follow that law. An example of civil disobedience would be the northern resistance to the fugitive slave acts in 1850. Read more on page 292 52. William Lloyd Garrison 1805-1879 A proponent of the abolitionist movement who used his newspaper, the /


The Rise of Nationalism

(british monopoly on salt). One of many acts of civil disobedience in the interwar period. Indian women were acive in the movement First 2 organizations to promote womens rights had been established in the early years of the century Became involved to bring/ Islam (Egypt, Algeria, French Sudan) Christianity (Nyasaland (today’s Malawi) Gender 1925 – 1930 Aba Women’s War in S.E. Nigeria Economic interest Consumers united against high prices and low quality Trade unions organized for better wages Sources of/


Nationalism in India and Southwest Asia

is to try experiments in both on as vast a scale as I could.” -Gandhi The effect of World War I WWI signaled the end of Imperialism The British Empire began to crumble Stirred nationalist movements in India Turkey Persia (Iran/, attend government schools, pay British taxes and vote in elections Throughout 1920 the British arrested thousands of Indians who had participated in strikes and demonstrations Applying Civil Disobedience Gandhi’s civil disobedience took a heavy economic toll on the British Struggled /


Chapter 12: Religion and Reform, 1820–1860

"Civil Disobedience" In the 1940s it was read by the Danish resistance, 1950s it was cherished by people who opposed McCarthyism 1960s influential in the struggle against South African apartheid, 1970s it inspired a new generation of anti-war activists/women attempted to protect the home by fighting intemperance and prostitution. They also became active in the abolitionist movement. In 1848, their experiences in reform movements led women to claim their own political rights at a meeting at Seneca Falls, New/


The Sociology of Social Movements (SC325) Theory, Culture, Meaning, Emotion, and Contentious Politics Dr. Lee Garth Vigilant Professor of Sociology.

a combination of non-institutional forms such as street protests and marches, letter writing campaigns, and civil disobedience (sit-ins, smoke-ins, kiss-ins, etc.) as well as institutional forms (lobbying, voting, creation of political interest groups, etc.). kiss-ins: http://www.salon.com/2013/01/25/russia_poised_to_pass_sweeping_anti_gay_law/ Re-Conceptualizing “Social Movement:” Non-Institutional / Institutional Actions Carrie Amelia Nation [a.k.a. “Carry A. Nation” 1846-1911/


Civil Wrongs and Civil Rights, 1950-1975. Civil Wrongs and Civil Rights, 1945-1965 Origins of Social Movements Origins of Social Movements Moderate Approaches.

Garcia (Pres. Medal of Honor) Dr. Hector Perez Garcia (Pres. Medal of Honor) Mexican American Political Association Established in 1960 Social change required political activism Dissatisfaction with Democratic Party Public office & “Mex- American” Issues African American Civil Rights Movement in the West World War II World War II Urbanization and Westward Migration Urbanization and Westward Migration Cities: L.A., Bay Area, Seattle, Portland Cities: L.A/


Essential Question What challenges might face American constitutional democracy in the 21 st century ?

almost 250 years, Jim Crow after the Civil War, US Army desegregated in 1948 National government usually deferred to state What were the Origins of the Modern Civil Rights Movement for African Americans and What were Its goals? KKK and Jim Crow Religious, social, political associations nurtured networks of communication and resistance NAACP, 1909 founded Influenced by Gandhi Civil disobedience is usually nonviolent direct action Preparation and/


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