The Civil Rights Movement. The Beginning to Present Day 1950â€™s and 1960â€™s. â€œSeparate but Equalâ€. 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson â€“ Supreme Court ruled that segregation was constitutional as long as equal facilities were provided.
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The Beginning to Present Day
1950’s and 1960’s
MLK Jr. believed the only way to end racism was through non-violent passive resistance (Gandhi)