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The Civil Rights Movement Sean Mendenhall Michael Valencia Jake Ready Astrid Olivares
Enforced separation of groups. • Residential Segregation. • African Americans were treated very poorly, compared to other ethnicities. • Ku Klux Klan • Ineffective Segregation. Segregation
Marcus Garvey • Martin Luther King Jr. • John F. Kennedy • Rosa Parks Primary Figures
Rosa Parks, “Bus Boycott”. • Martin Luther King, “I Had A Dream” speech. • President John F. Kennedy assassinated. • Congress passes Civil Rights Act. • Congress passes Voting Rights Act. Milestones
The Civil Rights Movement was at a peak from 1955-1965. • Thirteenth Amendment: Abolished Slavery. • Fourteenth Amendment: Legal Equity. • Fifteenth Amendment: Gave African Americans the right to vote. • The death of Dr. King sadly happened in 1968. Civil Rights Information
SCLC Dayton Branch. “Milestones in the Civil Rights Movement” wbko.com 4 Feb. 2013 • “Segregated America” americanhistory.si.edu 5 Feb. 2013 • Lisa Cozzens “The Civil Rights Movement” watson.org 5 Feb. 2013 • Jo Freeman “The Death Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” uic.edu5 Feb. 2013 • Civil Rights Act of 1964” dictionary.reference.com 5 Feb. 2013 Bibliography