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The Politics of Protest [week 1]

The Politics of Protest [week 1]

The Politics of Protest [week 1]. The Relevance of Social Movements in the Post-War World. What is meant by ‘social movements’?. New Social Movements (NSMs) Social movements as progressive? Social movements in research. Reasons for protest. Backlash against political repression

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1960s - 1970s social movements

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1960s - 1970s social movements. Latino Civil Rights Movement. 1960s Latino population 3 mil – 9 mil Cesar Chavez & Dolores Huerta United Farm Workers Strikes, boycotts, fasting, nonviolence. “Brown Power”. Bilingual Education (reduce high school dropout rate)

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Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s. Women’s Rights Native American protest The New Left (student activists). The Counterculture (Hippies) Music of the 1960s. The Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title 7 prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, religion, national origin .

By johana (267 views)

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s. Role of Civil Disobedience. Example: In 1960, when 4 African American college students sat down at a “whites only” restaurant counter in Greensboro, NC. Freedom Riders challenging the new federal law banning racial segregation in interstate travel.

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Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s. Social movements occur when a large number of people try to change society in some way.

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Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s. Role of Civil Disobedience. Example: In 1960, when 4 African American college students sat down at a “whites only” restaurant counter in Greensboro, NC. Freedom Riders challenging the new federal law banning racial segregation in interstate travel.

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Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s

Social Movements of the 1960s. Focus Questions: Why are the late 1960s called “tumultuous”? Why does counterculture arise in the late 60s? Why do various social movements emerge in the late 1960s?. Black Power Movement. Malcolm X Civil Rights leader

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America in Turmoil: Social Movements of the 1960s

America in Turmoil: Social Movements of the 1960s

America in Turmoil: Social Movements of the 1960s. Ms. Amundsen AP United States History 4.8.14. “And the little screaming fact that sounds through all history: repression works only to strengthen and knit the repressed.” –John Steinbeck Grapes of Wrath. Repression of the 1950s.

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Other Social Movements of the 1960s and 1970s

Other Social Movements of the 1960s and 1970s

Other Social Movements of the 1960s and 1970s. Counterculture. A counterculture involves the adoption of values and norms that violate mainstream culture. In the 1960s, the values of these individuals included youth, spontaneity and freedom of expression.

By dagan (257 views)

AKS 53: Social Change Movements of the 1960s

AKS 53: Social Change Movements of the 1960s

AKS 53: Social Change Movements of the 1960s. T he wave of liberalism in the 1960s, best illustrated with the Civil Rights Movement, Great Society, and Warren Court , inspired many marginalized (disadvantaged) groups to push for their own rights in power movements

By zorina (200 views)

The Pre-1960s

The Pre-1960s

The Pre-1960s. Powerpoint 1. Pre-World War II America. 1. International Depression FDR’s New Deal 2. U.S. foreign policy relations before WWII Anticommunist Fairly isolationist 3. U.S. domestic policies Racism, sexism, anti-Semitism and other group superiority values prevailed.

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