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Major Features: Civil Rights Act (1964)

Major Features: Civil Rights Act (1964)

Major Features: Civil Rights Act (1964) Title I Barred unequal application of voter registration requirements, but did not abolish literacy tests sometimes used to disqualify African Americans and poor white voters.

By wiley
(196 views)

Mackinaw City Mummies

Mackinaw City Mummies

Mackinaw City Mummies. By: Matthew. Summary.

By Lucy
(221 views)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks. Was an African-American civil rights activist Called the mother of the freedom movement She got on the bus in Montgomery and sat in the front of the bus And a white person wanted the seat and she was not giving it up

By kaz
(288 views)

Emmett Till

Emmett Till

Emmett Till. Timeline of Emmett Till. Emmett Till’s murder in 1955 would come a year after the Brown v. Board of Education decision Months before 2 African American activists in Mississippi murdered NAACP Reverend George Lee shot and killed after trying to vote

By Albert_Lan
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Laws For Blacks

Laws For Blacks

Black Codes. Laws For Blacks. What Where The Black Codes?.

By lorretta
(124 views)

Daily Oral Language Week # 7

Daily Oral Language Week # 7

Daily Oral Language Week # 7. Using your best handwriting, please write the two sentences on the next slide into your Language spiral notebook. Watch out! There are errors in the sentences that need to be corrected. Write each sentence correctly into your notebook.

By chapa
(276 views)

Before You Read…

Before You Read…

Before You Read…. Some Helpful Hints. Creating a Time Line. Make an illustrated time line of the Civil Rights Movement, using pictures of the times to illustrate the events. Explain the events and discuss why you selected the photos/clipart you did. Name That Tune.

By roxy
(79 views)

Vocabulary Tiers

Vocabulary Tiers

Vocabulary Tiers. Understanding & Applying. Tier 3: Precision Vocabulary. Tier 2: Descriptive Vocabulary. Tier 1: Basic and General Vocabulary. Vocabulary Pyramid. The English Vocabulary is divided into three levels or tiers of words.

By salaam
(422 views)

BLACK PEOPLE IN THE USA

BLACK PEOPLE IN THE USA

BLACK PEOPLE IN THE USA. THE JIM CROW LAWS. UNTIL MOST BLACK PEOPLE WERE . 1863. SLAVES. BLACK PEOPLE HAD NOT CHOSEN TO COME TO THE USA. SLAVES. FREE LABOUR FOR PLANTATIONS. THEY WERE TAKEN FROM AFRICA AGAINST THEIR WILL!.

By egan
(100 views)

Chapter 8 section 3

Chapter 8 section 3

Chapter 8 section 3. Segregation and Discrimination. During Reconstruction (1865-77). African Americans – voted, and held office. After. Jim Crow Laws – laws passed to segregate whites and blacks Poll Tax – People had to pay to vote

By hija
(74 views)

Slavery

Slavery

Slavery. “ The Slave Trade ” Painted in 1791 by George Morland. A slave boat captain could buy a slave for around $20.00 and could be sold for up to $125.00 depending on the physical appearance. Men, Women and Children were all captured and sold into slavery. Slave Being Inspected.

By marcie
(239 views)

Ch 4 Slavery and Empire

Ch 4 Slavery and Empire

Ch 4 Slavery and Empire. Essential Questions. How did the modern system of slavery develop? What was the history of the slave trade and the Middle Passage? How did Africans manage to create communities among the brutal slave system?

By karl
(128 views)

The Peculiar Institution

The Peculiar Institution

The Peculiar Institution. Chapter 11. The Icon of Frederick Douglass. The Old South & Cotton. The Mason-Dixon Line Eve of Civil War – slave population was 4 million Between 1/3 to ½ of population in south British abolished slavery in 1833

By adele
(80 views)

Reconstruction

Reconstruction

Reconstruction. Lincoln’s Assassination. John Wilkes Booth “Sic semper tyrannis” (“thus be it ever to tyrants”) “Avenged” South. Lincoln’s Assassination. 1 st Time US Pres. assassinated 1/3 of nation publically mourned. Civil War Over. How to restore S. States?

By morela
(140 views)

Stereotypes in Early America

Stereotypes in Early America

Stereotypes in Early America. Minstrel Shows. American entertainment consisting of comic skits, variety acts, dancing, and music, performed by white people in blackface or , especially after the Civil War, black people in blackface.

By tayten
(92 views)

ENG3U			Mrs. Morgenstern

ENG3U Mrs. Morgenstern

ENG3U Mrs. Morgenstern. Someone once said…. Choose one the following quotations. Reflect upon how it relates to “The Test ” in writing. Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.

By lynnea
(91 views)

Springboard

Springboard

Springboard. Unit 3: Activity 3.21. Objectives. To connect the sub plot to the main plot of the story To make connections about character motivation. -Sub.

By rance
(162 views)

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks

Rosa Parks. By Rotimi Onafowokan. Introduction . We all know Rosa Parks as one of the women who fought for freedom and her incredible bus story but I am here to talk about why she is significant today and also her background as well as her story! I hope you enjoy !. Her story/background!.

By jed
(193 views)

The 14 th amendment

The 14 th amendment

The 14 th amendment . Equal protection under the law. 14 th AMENDMENT .

By bree
(72 views)

Chapter 18

Chapter 18

Chapter 18. The Western Frontier. 18.1 The Mining Booms. 1. The Central Pacific Railroad hired about 10,000 Chinese workers to work on its tracks. 2. The Union Pacific Railroad relied on Irish and African American workers. 18.2 Ranchers and Farmers.

By gavin
(162 views)

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