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The Three Strategies of the Civil Rights Movement

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Halle Bauer

on 30 November 2016

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Transcript of The Three Strategies of the Civil Rights Movement

Activists during the Civil Rights Movement had THREE MAIN STRATEGIES:
1. Protesting for social change with
NONVIOLENCE
.
1. Protesting for social change with NONVIOLENCE
Nonviolence...
2. Challenging legal segregation IN THE COURTS
The
NAACP had a legal strategy
to advance civil rights in the courts
The three strategies worked TOGETHER.
Now, summarize your notes and complete the "LEARNED" column on your KWL chart.
3. Demanding independence with BLACK POWER
The black power movement (and
the Black Panther Party
) aimed to...
The Three Strategies of the Civil Rights Movement
African American History: Ms. Bauer
2. Challenging legal segregation
IN THE COURTS
.
3. Demanding independence through
BLACK POWER
.
was also called
"CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE"
Was inspired by
Gandhi
Included sit-ins, marches, boycotts, and other nonviolent direct actions
Aimed to
expose racial violence
against blacks by reacting to violence with nonviolence
Brown v. Board (1954)
Loving v. Virginia (1967)
The Supreme Court ruled...
Against segregation
in schools, transportation, housing, and other realms of public life
EMPOWER African Americans
RESIST inequality directly and
by any means necessary
PROTECT black communities
Know
Want to Know
Learned
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