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Civil Rights Movements

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Tre Hue

on 16 April 2010

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Freedon Rides Strategies Sit-ins Montgomery Bus Boycott March on Washington Freedom rides were rides on buses to segregated southern parts of the country to test the supreme courts deciesion . Its a non-violent way for one or more persons to change in this case civil rights. The Montgomery bus boycott was to reform the way the way blacks ride the bus. The march was from to 1941 to 1947. People Malcom X civil rights actavist who belived in more agressive ways of getting rights. Thurgood Marshal Martin Luther King Jr. Rosa Parks Rosa parks was also a civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on the bus witch help start the bus boycott. Martin was a minister who was a civil rights activist leader he was mainly a speaker/motivater during this time. This man was a jurist and was the first black person to serve in the supereme court. Organizations K.K.K. Black Panthers N.A.A.C.P. S.N.C.C. The kkk were white supremesist who
belive in reform
for the best
for themselves. The Black Panthers were civil rights actavists as well as Martin Luther King Jr. But had a bit of a different approch to improving the treatment of coloured people. N.A.A.C.P. was an acronim meaning the national association for the advancement of colored people and they were a reformist group. One of the primary institutions during the civil rights movement. Events White Flight Little Rock Nine They were a group of 9 kids who wanted to test segregation and the went to a primarily white school. Civil Rights Act of 1964 Brown Vs. Board of edu. The result of this case was the supreme court decideing the education of blacks and whites unequal. The result of this was that the voting for whites and blacks had to be equal. This events is were the whitecommunitys fled the urban cities to get away from the colored.
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