civil rights & civil disobedience. political action for change. Civil Disobedience. Refusal to obey a law on the grounds that it is immoral or unjust in itself, or furthers injustice. Disobedience within a framework of obedience to law.
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Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28. Slavery in American History (1619-1865). Slavery in American History . In 1619, the 1 st African slaves were introduced in Jamestown
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Truman Domestic Policies. McElhaney APUSH. Postwar domestic adjustments The Taft-Hartley Act Civil Rights and the election of 1948 . Servicemen's Readjustment Act, 1944 (GI Bill) Taft-Hartley Act, 1947 Fair Deal Racial issues after WWII Desegregation of Military Jackie Robinson
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US Civil Rights Movement. 1955-1968 . Timeline of Events. 1955 Dec 1 st ; Montgomery Bus Boycott 1957; Martin Luther King becomes President of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). Sep; Little Rock High School incident .
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DO NOW. List THREE examples of NON-VIOLENT RESISTANCE . Summarize what happened in ONE of these examples. Video Link. goo.gl/N3cjzW. Learning Goals. EQ What forms of protest did the Civil Rights Movement take? LTs
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J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972. Background. Born January 1, 1895 in Washington, D. C. Parents: Dickerson and Anna Hoover
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Persuasive Writing. Rhetorical Triangle, The Appeals, & Persuasive Techniques. What is Rhetoric?. Plato : Rhetoric is "the art of winning the soul by discourse." Aristotle : Rhetoric is "the faculty of discovering in any particular case all of the available means of persuasion."
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SNCC Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Seferino Avila Palwinder Sodhi Calvin Gang Marc Jonathan Saint-Cyr Rm:201-8th. Table of Contents. Events Leading to the SNCC 3 The Restaurant Event 4 Founding of the SNCC 5 Ella Baker 6 Stokely Carmichael 7 Other People Involved 8
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Faces of Civil Rights. 1955-1969. Malcolm X. Civil Rights Leader Born Malcolm Little May 19, 1925 in Omaha, Nebraska. He changed his name to Malcolm X because he thought Little was a slave name. Adopted Islam as his religion while he was in prison.
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