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https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/gc/StAndrewsIntermediateHistory/. Explain why a Civil Rights movement grew in the USA in the 1950s and 1960s. Montgomery Bus Boycott Sit-Ins Freedom Rides Selma Protest, Alabama Birmingham, Alabama.

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The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. Catholics became to believe that only direct action would make the Unionist government give justice to the Catholic minority. The civil rights movement grew out of this feeling. The Campaign for Social Justice.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. SCLC. The Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was organized by MLK Jr. - It raised funds for integration campaigns throughout the South - They became the spiritual force behind the non-violent movement. Little Rock Nine: Arkansas 1957.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. By Joleigh Parker. Segregation. Segregation is the separation of humans into racial groups in daily life including eating in a restaurant, using a water fountain, public toilet, attending school, or going to the movies. Integration.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Unit 10. “That all men are created equal…”. Take a moment…. In one minute…. See how many key terms you can identify that are related to the Civil Rights Movement In one minute…

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. (1955 – 1968). White: YES YES RED: NO. Church Bombing – Birmingham, AL. 16 th Street Baptist Church 26 children preparing for a sermon A box of dynamite with a timer under the back steps, by the basement 4 will be killed Addie Mae Collins (age 14)

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Is about ALL minority groups including: African-Americans, Native Americans, women, Latinos, etc. Civil Rights Movement. African-American civil rights movement begins after the American Civil War Reconstruction Amendments (13 th , 14 th , & 15 th )

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Brown v. Board of Education. Supreme Court decision: segregated schools are unequal & must desegregate Include Virginia case Davis et al. v. County School Board of Prince William County , VA et al.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. Warm-up. After Rosa Parks’ arrest, what was the next step taken to protest segregation? How would you describe the approach Martin Luther King Jr. took toward protesting?. Content Objective.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement . in an Uncivil Society. The struggle for the civil rights of Black Americans began long before what we usually consider the modern Civil Rights Movement.

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CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. 1950s & 1960s. Civil Rights Movement. The civil rights movement was a political, legal, and social struggle to gain full citizenship rights for African Americans.

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Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Movement. I Have A dream The March on Washington. A. Philip Randolph. Founder of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 1925 (BSCP) BSCP first labor union for black rail way workers Worked for labor as well as civil rights. 1941.

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