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Transcript: Civil Rights Movement "About Malcolm X." Welcome to English « Department of English, College of LAS, University of Illinois. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://www.english.illinois.edu/maps/poets/s_z/smith/malcolmx.htm>. "Asian American Popular Culture Group Project." : The Civil Rights Act of 1964. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://asianamerican1.blogspot.com/2010/11/civil-rights-act-of-1964.html>. "Brown vs Board." Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://umfmarcy.wikispaces.com/Brown+vs+Board>. "The Civil Rights Movement." Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://www.glynn.k12.ga.us/BHS/Juniorprojects/Hopkins01/synettaj5284/>. "Civil Rights Timeline." Infoplease. Infoplease. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://www.infoplease.com/spot/civilrightstimeline1.html>. "James Meredith: Reminiscing." Information about James Meredith. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://james-meredith.yolasite.com/>. "Mission and History." Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://sacfh.org/drupal/node/22>. "SNCC." Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://singyoursongthemovie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/SNCC.jpg>. "Social Sciences & Humanities Blog." » Reconsidering Little Rock: 50 Years After the Start of School Integration Exhibit. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://libraries.ucsd.edu/blogs/sshl/reconsidering-little-rock-50-years-after-the-start-of-school-integration-exhibit/>. "Thurgood Marshall Biography." Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://chnm.gmu.edu/courses/122/hill/marshall.htm>. "Tired of Giving In: Remembering Rosa Parks." Ella Baker Center. Web. 26 Apr. 2012. <http://ellabakercenter.org/blog/2010/10/tired-of-giving-in-remembering-rosa-parks>. President Johnson signs the civil rights act of 1964. The SNCC, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, was founded at Shaw University. July 2, 1964 August 28, 1963 The march on Washington Malcom X, founder of the Afro-American Unity is shot and killed. Bibliography Thurgood Marshall was the first black supreme court justice. April 11, 1968 April 1960 August 30, 1967 Supreme Court rules in favor of Brown and ends segregation in public schools. February 21, 1965 October 1, 1962 September 1957 May 17, 1954 Rosa parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white man, she was arrested which launched a bus boycott. December 1, 1955 The Little Rock 9 were the first nine black students enrolled at Central high school in Arkansas. President Johnson signs the civil rights act of 1968. James Meredith is the first black student to enroll at the University of Mississippi.

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Transcript: Infographic Timeline Brown v. Board of Education 1954 Overview A young girl was denied access to an all-white school. Her father filed a lawsuit that ended up bringing attention to the saying ¨separate but equal¨. Results It was a Supreme Court case in which the justices ruled unanimously that racial segregation of children in public schools was unconstitutional. Bus Boycott Rosa Parks Overview December 1, 1955 Rosa Parks refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger and she was arrested for her actions. People started boycotting what occurred. It lasted so long that the Supreme court ended up ruling that segregated seating was unconstitutional. Results Little Rock 9 September 1957 Overview Nine African American students went to an all-white school. They were continuously met with violence every time they returned. Result The nine students went to school guarded by soldiers. At the end of the year, 8 of the 9 students completed the academic year. This situation brought international attention to civil rights issues and struggles between federal and state power. Ruby Bridges November 14, 1960 Overview A six year old African American girl went to an all-white school despite all of the rude things that were yelled at her everyday. Results Everyday of the school year she was escorted to school by federal marshals while insults were yelled at her. Parents pulled their children out of school to protest desegregation. In the end Norman Rockwell painted, The Problem We All Live With (1964). Freedom Riders Overview May 4, 1961 A group of seven African Americans and six whites boarded two buses and were on their way to New Orleans. The riders used places of different races but were constantly met with violence. The riders were beaten so badly they could not continue. After this several other groups like them attempted the journey but met the same outcome. Result Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy ordered to ban segregation more strictly. March on Washington August 28, 1963 A crowd of about 250,000 people gathered together to listen to speeches given by civil rights leaders. Overview The march was successful in the sense that it pressured the administration of John F. Kennedy to initiate a strong federal civil rights bill in Congress. Result Malcolm X February 21, 1965 Who is he? He was a leader who believed that civil rights should be moved on to human rights. His speeches and ideas helped develop the black nationalist ideology and the Black Power movement. February 21, 1965 One week after his home was firebombed, Malcolm X was shot to death by Nation of Islam members while speaking at a rally of his organization in New York City. Death Voting Rights Act 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson wanted to get rid of legal barriers at state levels that prevented African Americans from exercising their right to vote as guaranteed under the 15th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Overview Results It was successful and is considered one of the most far-reaching pieces of civil rights legislation in the U.S. Civil Rights Act Overview '57, '64, '68 The civil rights act was lead by Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, the Little Rock Nine, and many other activists. They were all improvements of the last act. The Acts ultimately were put in place to give people of color more rights. Results The laws were put in place to help those struggling for justice and equality. Overall the Civil Rights Act led to greater social and economic mobility for African-Americans across the nation and banned racial discrimination. MLK August 28, 1963 On this date MLK gave one of his most famous speeches, ¨I have a dream.¨ Here he talked about his dreams for an unsegregated future and he gained many followers. March on Washington April 4, 1968 Martin Luther King jr. was a civil rights activist who was shot in his apartment by someone who didn´t support him. Death

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Transcript: STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR COLLEGE(UNF) Place Your Logo Here Angelisia Guzman Dr. Walton 5b entrance or placement exams UNF requires an ALEKS Placement, Preparation, and Learning (ALEKS PPL) Assessment to determine readiness for College Algebra and higher level math courses. It is important to take this placement process seriously, as students will only be able to take the level of math the test score supports. All entering first-year students who do not have credit for College Algebra or higher and are pursuing a major that requires College Algebra or higher, must take the math placement test entrance or placement exams placement exam What went well The ALEKS math placement test is available to all first time in college students admitted to UNF who are signed up for New Student Orientation. Students must take the ALEKS test online before registering for any Algebra-based math courses. New first time in college students should take the ALEKS test before their scheduled orientation date so they are able to register for a math course while on campus for Orientation. The ALEKS math placement test is available through Canvas, which you can access through myWings. When in Canvas, select "All Courses", then "2019/2020 Freshman and Transfer Math Placement". Once in Canvas, please review the appropriate content and proceed with the exam when ready. other courses What didn’t go well To help you determine your first writing course at UNF, you should take the Writing Placement online through Canvas before attending your orientation. The UNF Writing Placement consist of 2 sections: (1) you'll watch a short video and then write a brief essay response and then (2) complete a short multiple-choice quiz on your writing and writing history. The quiz questions in Part 2 are in part based on your experience in Part 1, so where possible you should take both parts in one sitting. However, that is not a requirement. Once you've completed the placement in Canvas, your answers will generate a course recommendation. That information is what you'll want to bring with you to your orientation advising. Opportunities UNF provides a comprehensive student financial aid program. Aid eligibility is based on individual need, educational costs and availability of funds. Awards may consist of scholarships, loans, grants, waivers/exemptions and/or work study. Funds are limited; therefore, students are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), found at www.fafsa.ed.gov, as soon as possible after it becomes available online on October 1 each year using UNF's FAFSA school code- 009841. The priority consideration date for financial aid is October 15. application for federal financial aid Opportunity 1 Opportunity 1 Inquiries concerning financial aid should be directed to One-Stop Student Services. Please be advised that: If selected for verification, students may be required to provide signed copies of relevant income tax information. Dependent students may also be asked to provide signed copies of parent tax information. Independent, married students may be asked to provide signed copies of spouse tax information. Other information may also be requested to meet federal verification regulation requirements. Student-specific information about financial aid requirements can be found in myWings. To be awarded financial aid, a student must be accepted as degree-seeking and be enrolled in a sufficient number of degree-applicable credit hours. Courses taken in an audit status are not eligible for financial aid, nor can they be considered when determining enrollment for financial aid. For financial aid purposes, full-time enrollment is defined as a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester for undergraduate and post baccalaureate students and a minimum of 9 credit hours per semester for graduate students. Students who enroll less than full-time may have their awards reduced or, in some cases, canceled. Please be advised that certain scholarships and institutional grants require enrollment in 15 credit hours for eligibility. Opportunity 2 factors to think about when choosing your college Here are some of the top factors to consider when choosing a college. -Academic Majors Available. -Affordable Cost of Attendance. -Location, Location, Location. On-Campus Facilities & Amenities. -Student Activities. -Career Services. -Do You Feel at Home on Campus? Goals The University of North Florida offers scholarships for freshman and transfer students at the undergraduate level. UNF is committed to helping students finance their college education. Whether you are seeking a scholarship based on academic achievements or financial need, we offer plenty of options. Read through our advice below or click a link to the left for quick scholarship listings. scholarships and application procedures GOAL 1 Goal 1 High school seniors If you are a high school senior, you should apply for scholarships at the same time as you apply for admission. For GOAL 2

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