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Life for Black Americans 1929-1990

Segregation Civil Rights Movement Martin Luther King Army Depression

Emily Merchant

on 7 June 2009

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Transcript of Life for Black Americans 1929-1990

Life for Black Americans 1929-1990 Segregation This is when black and people
were legally seperated. Black and white people
had to drink at different
water fountains. Children had to
go to different schools Martin Luther King He was a black American
who believed everyone
should have equal rights MLK's famous 'I have a dream'
speech in 1963, had the support
of over 60,000 white people.
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