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civil rights project

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kevin vargas

on 22 April 2010

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SIT INS Blacks would sit in a
white restaurant and wait
to be served. Freedom Rides In 1960's thier would be
protest with black's and
white's about bus rides. Civil Dosobedience disobeying a law that
wasn't equal or fair. March on Washington A march on Washington DC
in 1963 for civil rights. Organizations KKK A secret society organized
in the south to reassert
whites by means of terrorism. NAACP National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People. SCLC Southern Chistian
Leadership Conference SNCC A U.S. civil rights organization
formed by students and active
especially during the 1960's, this
organization was to achieve political
and economic equality for blacks.
(Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) People Malcom X Martin Luther King Jr. Rosa Parks Thurgood Marshall Events Birmingham Campaign This movement was organized by SCLC in 1963 in Birmingham Alabama to bring attention to unequal treatment. Voting Rights Act of 1965 This act outlawed discriminatory votes about African Americans in the United States. Little Rock Nine Brown v. Board of education Little Rock Nine was a group of African American students who were enrolled in Little Rock Central High school in 1957, these kids were prevented from entering the racially segregated school. In 1954 the United States Supreme Court declared a state law establishing seperate public schools for both black and white students and denying black children equal educational opportunities.
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