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March 1, 2013. Hand in Homework SAT Question of the Day Review / notes What would YOU have done?. Key Events in Civil Rights. 14 th Amendment (1868) E qual Protection under the law Plessey v Ferguson (1896) Separate but Equal is ok. Key Events in Civil Rights. Montgomery Bus Boycott

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march 1 2013
March 1, 2013
  • Hand in Homework
  • SAT Question of the Day
  • Review / notes
  • What would YOU have done?
key events in civil rights
Key Events in Civil Rights
  • 14th Amendment (1868)
    • Equal Protection under the law
  • Plessey v Ferguson (1896)
    • Separate but Equal is ok
key events in civil rights1
Key Events in Civil Rights
  • Montgomery Bus Boycott
    • Rosa Parks
    • Lasts 13 Months
    • Desegregates Montgomery Buses
key events in civil rights2
Key Events in Civil Rights
  • Little Rock Nine (1957)
    • Nine students need military protection to go to high school
key events in civil rights3
Key Events in Civil Rights
  • Swann v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education (1971)
    • Gov’t can use bussing to integrate schools
2 types of segregation
2 Types of Segregation
  • De Jure Segregation
    • Segregation forced by law
    • Is this still around?
  • De Facto Segregation
    • Segregation NOT by law
    • Is this still around?
what would you have done
What Would You Have Done?
  • In groups, read scenario and answer questions
  • Come to a consensus
  • You will share your scenario with the class
    • Everyone should read and/or share the group’s response
exit card
Exit Card
  • Name
  • What scenario did you read?
  • Rewrite questions and give your answers.
  • Do you personally feel the same way as the group felt?