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Use the following to make one coherent sentence. Frederick Douglass William Lloyd Garrison Civil Rights. Use the following to make one coherent sentence. Plessy vs. Ferguson Jim Crow Civil Rights. Use the following to make one coherent sentence. WEB Dubois Booker T. Washington

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Use the following to make one coherent sentence
Use the following to make one coherent sentence

  • Frederick Douglass

  • William Lloyd Garrison

  • Civil Rights


Use the following to make one coherent sentence1
Use the following to make one coherent sentence

  • Plessy vs. Ferguson

  • Jim Crow

  • Civil Rights


Use the following to make one coherent sentence2
Use the following to make one coherent sentence

  • WEB Dubois

  • Booker T. Washington

  • Civil Rights





Story of emmitt till
Story of Emmitt Till

Mourners pass Emmett Till's casket in Chicago Sept. 3, 1955.


Strange fruit
Strange Fruit

Southern trees bear strange fruit,Blood on the leaves and blood at the root,Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze,Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees.Pastoral scene of the gallant south,The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth,Scent of magnolias, sweet and fresh,Then the sudden smell of burning flesh.Here is fruit for the crows to pluck,For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck,For the sun to rot, for the trees to drop,Here is a strange and bitter crop.



Jackie robinson1
Jackie Robinson

  • In his years in the minors, he was hit by many pitches, thrown out and forced to leave games. Many of his games were cancelled because he was black.

  • In 1947 he became the first African American to play in the major leagues.



Brown v board of education
Brown v. Board of Education

  • On May 17, 1954, the Supreme Court ruled in the Brown v. Board of Education trial the “separate facilities are inherently unequal.”

  • This over turned the Plessy v. Ferguson decision that said that segregation was legal as long as the facilities were “separate but equal.”



Little rock 9
“Little Rock 9”

Rally at Arkansas state capital protesting the desegregation of Central High School, 1957.

National Guardsmen escorting the “Little Rock Nine” to register for classes, Sept. 1957.


Integration students reactions
Integration: Students’ Reactions

1961: Charlene Hunter studying in Myers Hall, her dormitory at the University of Georgia. Charlene is one of the first two African Americans to attend the previously all-white school.

1954: Students in an integrated classroom in Fort Myer, Va., the year of Brown v. Board of Education..


Resistance to civil rights legislation george wallace
Resistance to Civil Rights Legislation: George Wallace

Wallace standing against desegregation while being confronted by Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbachat the University of Alabama in 1963.

George Wallace

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The montgomery bus boycott
The Montgomery Bus Boycott

  • In December 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white passenger, and she was arrested for it.

  • The boycott called on all African Americans in Montgomery, Alabama to not ride the bus system until the bus company changed its segregation policy.

  • It worked.

  • The boycott introduced non-violent protest to the American landscape.


Stages of protest
Stages of Protest

Rosa Parks riding a Montgomery, Ala., bus in December 1956, after the Supreme Court outlawed segregation on buses.

Rosa Parks is fingerprinted by Deputy Sherriff Lackey in Montgomery on February 22 in 1956 two months after refusing to give up her seat on a bus for a white passenger



Freedom riders
Freedom Riders

Images like this one of the burned bus, helped create sympathy for the non-violent Freedom Riders and their cause. This event drew national attention, especially from middle-class northerners who were shocked by the brutal violence they saw on television..


Civil rights act of 1964
Civil Rights Act of 1964

  • It was a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed racial segregation in schools, public places, and employment

  • It prohibited discrimination in public facilities, in government, and in employment, invalidating the Jim Crow laws in the southern U.S.


Civil rights legislation
Civil Rights Legislation

1964 Martin Luther King, Jr. was invited to the Oval Office of the White House for President Lyndon Johnson's signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 King stood immediately behind the president during the ceremony.


John howard griffin
John Howard Griffin

  • In 1960 John Howard underwent skin treatment to give him dark skin.

  • He moved to the south to experience life as a man with black skin and to see if life was separate but equal.


Black like me
Black Like Me

  • Read the following excerpts from Black Like me and then answer the following questions.

    • What were some of the challenges that John encountered? How would it have been different if the color of his skin was different?


Reflection quickwrite
Reflection Quickwrite

  • Imagine that you went through the same procedure (You went from one race to another). How would your life be different? How would it be the same? (5 sentences or more)


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