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THE CIVIL RIGHTS

THE CIVIL RIGHTS

THE CIVIL RIGHTS. MOVEMENT. OBJECTIVES. The causes and the effects of the Civil Rights Movement Examine the major campaigns during that Era Examine and evaluate some of the Government policies implemented Compare the issues impacting the nation then and now. Stage 1.

By andrew
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Civil Rights

Civil Rights

Civil Rights. What are civil rights?. Civil Liberties: Constitutional protections from government power. Liberty is protected when government does nothing. Civil Rights:

By Sharon_Dale
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Martin Luther King and Malcolm X

Martin Luther King and Malcolm X

Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. Two men with the same goal, but a different approach. Martin Luther King’s early life. Grew up the son of a Baptist Minister in Atlanta Georgia.

By Lucy
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African American Voting Rights : The 15th Amendment Reconstruction Era

African American Voting Rights : The 15th Amendment Reconstruction Era

African American Voting Rights : The 15th Amendment Reconstruction Era. http://www.liunet.edu/cwis/cwp/library/aavaahp.htm#banjo. The First Vote. What might the African American man be thinking about as he cast his first ballot?. What legislation gives him the right to do so?.

By jacob
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REVEREND FRED L. SHUTTLESWORTH:

REVEREND FRED L. SHUTTLESWORTH:

REVEREND FRED L. SHUTTLESWORTH:. A TRUE AMERICAN HERO. Reverend Fred L. Shuttlesworth. . Few of us, probably, have heard his name. All of us should have. Rev. Shuttlesworth has spent his life as the pastor of several Baptist churches. .

By johana
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THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT. Chapter 25. The Movement Begins. Section 1. Plessy vs. Ferguson - 1896 ruling that established “Separate but Equal” - which meant segregation was legal as long as facilities were equal “Jim Crow Laws” - set of unwritten rules that kept blacks and whites separate

By paul
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Warmup

Warmup

Warmup. In terms of political science what is a minority? How does being a minority impact ones political participation and efficacy? C) Why has the nation become more diverse since the 1950s. D) How have the nation’s politics become more inclusive. How are the still exclusive.

By jana
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3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?

3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?

3.2 Written Texts What do you need to know?. African American Poetry: Maya Angelou & Paul Laurence Dunbar. Maya Angelou. Biography

By Mercy
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“The Times they are a-changin’.” Bob Dylan

“The Times they are a-changin’.” Bob Dylan

“The Times they are a-changin’.” Bob Dylan. 1960s: An Era of Social Change Vickie Looser. ’60s: An Era of Social Change. Latinos fight for change Native Americans struggle for equality African-Americans lead the civil rights movement Women’s movement pushes for equality

By Thomas
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The Selma March and the 1965 Voting Rights Act

The Selma March and the 1965 Voting Rights Act

The Selma March and the 1965 Voting Rights Act. By 1965, the civil rights movement under the dynamic leadership of Martin Luther King, was aiming to gain political power through voting rights. Black people in the South were prevented from voting.

By ada
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Consequences and Methods of LEP Enforcement

Consequences and Methods of LEP Enforcement

Consequences and Methods of LEP Enforcement. Prepared for the Ohio Statewide Civil Rights Conference June 7-8, 2006. Outline. Sources of Guidance What are LEP requirements and where can I find them? Enforcement Mechanisms Who can enforce LEP requirements and how can they do it? Remedies

By lew
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The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement. The Beginning to Present Day 1950’s and 1960’s. “Separate but Equal”. 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson – Supreme Court ruled that segregation was constitutional as long as equal facilities were provided.

By daisy
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Freedom Riders

Freedom Riders

Civil Rights. Freedom Riders. Sit-ins. ~ Volunteers, African American and white, rode in interstate buses into the segregated Southern US

By finn
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The Sixties

The Sixties

The Sixties. Political, Economic and Social Issues. Politics. 1960: Presidential campaign (Kennedy v Nixon) and last year of Eisenhower administration 1961: JFK took office. He promised new legislative initiatives and a “New Frontier”

By sage
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The Great Society

The Great Society

The Great Society. A War on Poverty. The War in Vietnam. The Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Texan’s Family. Congressional Staffer Member of the House of Representatives U.S. Senator Majority Leader Vice-President. LBJ’s Resume.

By cicily
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Fifth Grade Social Studies

Fifth Grade Social Studies

Fifth Grade Social Studies. Looking at Unit 8 Overcoming the Past: The Age of Civil Rights March 10, 2009. Importance of Technology. Television & space exploration (H8d) Importance of visual imagery: During WWII, people saw footage in newsreels

By azuka
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A Legal Perspective on the Struggle for Civil Rights

A Legal Perspective on the Struggle for Civil Rights

A Legal Perspective on the Struggle for Civil Rights. An Overview. The Constitution. 13 th Amendment: Outlaws slavery 14 th Amendment: Extends citizenship to African-Americans Equal protection clause 15 th Amendment: Gives people the right to vote regardless of race.

By dyami
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Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking about a voter registration drive. Photograph (June 17, 1966).

Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking about a voter registration drive. Photograph (June 17, 1966).

The Civil Rights Era, 1954–1975. The civil rights movement develops and brings about changes in American society. Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking about a voter registration drive. Photograph (June 17, 1966). NEXT. The Civil Rights Era, 1954–1975. SECTION 1.

By keaira
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Oliver Hill and Thurgood Marshall:

Oliver Hill and Thurgood Marshall:

Oliver Hill and Thurgood Marshall:. NAACP Litigators. William G. Thomas, III HIST 604: Civil Rights in U.S. and Virginia History. The Standards o f Learning. VUS.13- The student will demonstrate knowledge of Civil Rights movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s by

By korene
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SSUSH23 The student will describe and assess the impact of political developments between 1945 and 1970.

SSUSH23 The student will describe and assess the impact of political developments between 1945 and 1970.

SSUSH23 The student will describe and assess the impact of political developments between 1945 and 1970. Earl Warren was appointed Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court in 1953 Warren led the Supreme Court in making several decisions on key political and social issues

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