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Thoreau’s publication in which he argues the moral imperative of disobeying unjust laws
In 1961 SNCC began expanding its activities from direct-action protests against segregation into other forms of organizing, most notably voter registration. Under the leadership of Bob Moses, SNCC's first voter-registration project was in this city
During this period,some 2,000 African Americans held public office, from the local level all the way up to the U.S. Senate
This was a tactic used to put financial pressure on local authorities who have to pay the costs of incarcerating organizers and volunteers
This was the case that in the name of a Prince Edward County led to the reopening of its public schools
The(BART) Police murder of this unarmed civilian, by officer Johannes Mehserle in Oakland, California, on New Year's Day 2009.
This person organized a meeting at Shaw University for the student leaders of the sit-ins in April 1960. From that meeting, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee -- SNCC -- was born
16 year old black high school girl in Prince Edward County, Virginia, led her classmates in a strike to protest the substandard conditions at Robert Russa Moton High School
This political party was organized to challenge the legitimacy of the white-only US Democratic Party.
This organization invites San Francisco State College to apply for funds to develop programs for teaching black history, art, and culture on campus.
This SNCC member was convicted and imprisoned as a result of the incident. He was convicted of having incited the riot that preceded the shootings
living in exile in Cuba since 1984, she was a part of the black liberation movement, the student rights movement, and the movement to end the war in Vietnam. But is most noted from her involvement with the Black Panther Party
These infamous words in the Brown v. Board Decision resulted in massive resistance to school integration
In 1955, the vicious murder in Money, Miss. of this 14 year old from Chicago was a leading moment that spurred the Freedom Movement
The state general assembly recently passed a resolution recommending that this dat be a day of remembrance for the students killed and wounded in the protest.
She was instrumental in organizing Mississippi Freedom Summer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and later became the Vice-Chair of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
This famous lawyer was instrumental using the Prince Edward County case asone of the four cases combined into Brown v. Board of Education, the famous case in which the U.S. Supreme Court, in 1954, officially overturned racial segregation in U.S. public schools
The main incident that triggered the strike was the suspension of this, part-time English professor and Minister of Education for the Black Panther Party. His suspension was based on his attempt to promote student awareness and militant action against the institution when he called for an “armed student revolution on campus.”
At a press conference the following day, Governor Robert E. McNair said the event was "one of the saddest days in the history of South Carolina." McNair blamed the deaths on these groups
He studied NVR resistance with Gandhi and returned the U.S. to teach many others about NVR, incldng King
This march is widely credited with helping to pass the Civil Rights Act (1964) and the National Voting Rights Act (1965)