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Welcome. Baltimore Polytechnic Institute May 2, 2012 U.S. History Mr. Green. Agenda/Topics To Be Covered. The students will compare and contrast segregation in the North with segregation in the South. Hand In: Independent Questions from yesterday

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Welcome

Welcome

Baltimore Polytechnic Institute

May 2, 2012

U.S. History

Mr. Green


Agenda topics to be covered

Agenda/Topics To Be Covered

The students will compare and contrast segregation in the North with segregation in the South.

Hand In: Independent Questions from yesterday

Drill: Read the Personal Voice on page 706 and answer the following questions:

1. Why was King impatient to achieve integration?

2. Why did his son’s question make King even more impatient for change?

Motivation: What does it mean to take a stand?


The challenges and changes in the movement ch 21 section 3 pages 711 717

The Challenges and Changes in the Movement Ch. 21 Section 3 pages 711-717

Northern Segregation

De facto segregation

De jure segregation

White flights as a result of the migration of African-Americans during WWII

Activity

Read “urban violence erupts” and explain the causes and effects of the race riots in New York City and Watts


New leaders voice discontent

New Leaders Voice Discontent

Malcolm X

Dropped his last name of Little

Split with Black Muslims

Ballots or Bullets philosophy

Killed on February 21, 1965 at 39 years of age

Black Power

Stokely Carmichael of SNCC

Promoted the use of violence

King urged nonviolence


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Black Panthers

Huey Newton

Bobby Seale

fight police brutality

sold copies of Mao Zedong for money

“power flows out of the barrel of a gun”


1968 a turning point in civil rights

1968- A Turning Point in Civil Rights

MLK assassinated on April 3, 1968

RFK gave a speech to denounce violence

125 cities exploded in flames

D.C., Baltimore, Chicago, Kansas City

RFK assassinated in June 1968

Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement

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Civil Rights Act of 1968

banned discrimination in housing

Greater pride in racial identity

Political gains

Affirmative Action

White flight


Independent work

Independent Work

1. What were some of the causes of urban rioting in the 1960’s?

2. How did the ideas of Malcolm X differ from those of Martin Luther King?

3. What were some accomplishments of the civil rights movement?


Exit ticket

Exit-Ticket

Compare segregation in the North with segregation in the South by using examples from the text.


Homework

Homework

1. Read Chapter 19 Section 2


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