The Civil Rights Movement. 1. Little Change . . . After WWII, the African Americans returning found little change in attitudes towards blacks. ◊ Separate entrances to doctor and dentist offices ◊ Signs labeling drinking fountains for “whites” and “colored”
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◊ Separate entrances to doctor and dentist offices
◊ Signs labeling drinking fountains for
“whites” and “colored”
◊ Separate entrances to movie theaters and “balcony seating” for African Americans
◊ Lunch counters, restaurants, public schools, libraries, city pools, transportation services, and other facilities still segregated
the armed forces.
Manifesto signers were from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
Held hearings all over the state to learn how the public felt about integration.
This made Georgia the 1st state with a sizable African American population to have a statewide integrated school system.