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Faces of Civil Rights

Faces of Civil Rights

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.

By Jeffrey
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CIVIL RIGHTS

CIVIL RIGHTS

CIVIL RIGHTS. Chapter 6 O’Connor and Sabato American Government: Continuity and Change. CIVIL LIBERTIES. In this chapter we will cover… Slavery, Abolition, and Winning the Right to Vote, 1800-90 The Push for Equality, 1890-1954 The Civil Rights Movement Other Groups Mobilize for Rights.

By albert
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US Civil Rights Movement

US Civil Rights Movement

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 .

By yates
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DO NOW

DO NOW

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

By nantai
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Truman Domestic Policies

Truman Domestic Policies

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

By connley
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J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972

J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972

J. Edgar Hoover 1895-1972. Background. Born January 1, 1895 in Washington, D. C. Parents: Dickerson and Anna Hoover

By danniell
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Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28

Essential Question: What were the significant individuals & accomplishments of the Civil Rights movement? Chapter 28

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

By laurel
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Unit 7

Unit 7

Unit 7. Social Movements of the 1960s. Contents:. 1. Background 2. Definition 3. The Civil Rights Movement 4. The Youth Movement / Anti-War Movement 5. Women’s Liberation Movement. Background. ★ Greensboro Sit-in

By avery
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civil rights & civil disobedience

civil rights & civil disobedience

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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Chapter 18 – The Civil Rights Movement

Chapter 18 – The Civil Rights Movement

Chapter 18 – The Civil Rights Movement. Section Notes. Video. The Civil Rights Movement. Fighting Segregation Freedom Now! Voting Rights Changes and Challenges The Movement Continues. Maps. School Segregation, 1952 Freedom Rides, 1961. Quick Facts. Images.

By wes
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Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou. By Kathleen M. Salley July 19, 2002. Maya Angelou. Author Poet Civil rights activist Women’s rights activist Professor World renowned speaker Professor Actress Playwright Entertainer Producer and director. Early Years. Born in 1928 in St. Louis

By gavan
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Persuasive Writing

Persuasive Writing

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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John F. Kennedy and the Politics of Expectation

John F. Kennedy and the Politics of Expectation

John F. Kennedy and the Politics of Expectation. With his New Frontier program, Kennedy promised to “get America movingagain”through vigorous governmental activism at home and abroad.

By nellie
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Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality

Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality

Deculturalization and the Struggle for Equality . A Brief History of the Education of Dominated Cultures in the United States By: Joel Spring Presented by: Heather Nast , Lauren Finelli and Andrew Reder. In Education Protestants and Catholics in 1840’s Punishment of enslaved Africans

By genera
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“Letter From Birmingham Jail”

“Letter From Birmingham Jail”

“Letter From Birmingham Jail”. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1929-1968. Biography. “Letter From Birmingham Jail”. Born 1929 to minister in Atlanta, Georgia Attended Morehouse College, Crozer Theological Seminary, and obtained a Ph.D. from Boston University

By tierra
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SNCC Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

SNCC Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

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

By saad
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The Color Purple (1985)

The Color Purple (1985)

The Color Purple (1985). Artemus Ward Dept. of Political Science Northern Illinois University aeward@niu.edu. Introduction. In the following lecture we will discuss Hollywood’s transition from plantation films to blacksploitation to modern fragmentation of the African-American experience.

By celerina
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The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. 1945-1968. Truman : 1945-1953. NAACP increased efforts against segregation during WW II 1946- creates National Civil Rights Commission – called for expanded federal role in civil rights 1947- Jackie Robinson breaks color line in baseball. Truman, continued.

By philyra
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CIVIL RIGHTS

CIVIL RIGHTS

CIVIL RIGHTS. Chapter 6 O’Connor and Sabato American Government: Continuity and Change. CIVIL LIBERTIES. In this chapter we will cover… Slavery, Abolition, and Winning the Right to Vote, 1800-90 The Push for Equality, 1890-1954 The Civil Rights Movement Other Groups Mobilize for Rights.

By chumani
(76 views)

Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Civil Rights. Civil Rights. Rights rooted in the 14 th Amendments’ guarantee of equal protection under the law (equal treatment) Recall civil liberties as limits on government action What the government must do to ensure equal protection

By lynda
(159 views)

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