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Civil Rights Movement The main Civil Rights Movement occured from 1954-1968, caused by racism, racial segregation, disfranchisement and socioeconomic inequality. Jim Crow laws • colored and white people shouldn't play any kinds of games together. • marriages between colored and white people are to be avoided schools must be seperated • seperate bus seats • white woman, that give birth to a child by a colored man, will be sentenced to the penitentiary for 18 months Timeline 1623 the first eleven staves arrive in New Amsterdam The peak years of the American Civil Rights Movement were the 1950s and 1960s, when African Americans kept demonstrating and fighting for human and civil rights, thus forcing the US Government to gua- rantee them certain constitutional rights, e.g. the. right to vote and to attend public facilities like schools, buses or restaurants together with the white Americans. 1863: President Abraham Lincoln signs the Emanicipation Proclamation 1865 Slavery was officially abolished by law 1866 the black Codes are passed in the South the Ku Klux Klan was founded in Tenessee 1868 the fourteen amendment affirms black citizenship 1870 the fifteenth amendment guarantees blacks right to vote 1870s racial segregation is gradually enforced in the American South 1890 Lousiana passes law enforcing "equal but seperate" 1880s-19208 peak years of black lynchings 1910 NAACP is founded (USoldest civil rights organization) WWI segregated regiments of white and African-Americans...

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fight for the U.S. WWII: ca 1 mio African-American soldiers fight for the U.S. 1955/56 Rosa Parks is arrested in Montgomery, Alabama Montgomery bus boycott Martin Luther King begins active participation in the civil rights movement 1957 the SCLL is founded to support the protest movement; Leader Martin Luther King Jr.. 1961: John F. Kennedy is elected President of the U.S. 1963-1965: Martin Luther King Jr. marches from Selma to Montgomery: activists march peacefully for the African-Americans right to vote March in August on Washington 250.000 people listen to the "I have a dream speech" by Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Civil Rights Act; liceraty tests re- suspended in order to allow many illiterate quired to be allowed to vote are • Southern blacks to vote 1965-1968 Black Panthers culminating frustation; radicalization; guns; urban protests 1968: Martin Luther King Jr. being assassinated on April 3 in Memphis, Tennessee 1992: riots in Los Angeles following the beating of Rodney King by while policement 1995 Million Man March (Nation of Islam) 2008142 Barack Obama becomes first African-American President 2012 114 public protests following the killing of unarmed African American Teenagers Police Officers killed Trayvon Martin & Michael Browns In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln signs the Emanicipation Proclamation that abolishes the slavery. One century later, Martin Luther King Jr. held his legendary speech "I have a Dream on a march to Washington in front of 250.000 people. 4 WHITE COLORED NAACP The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is an organization whose goal is to make certain that people of all races are treated equally. Ku Klux Klan The Ku Klux Klan was a racist, extremist and terrorist group which targets were African-Americans. They fought against racial equality. Other targets include Jews, Immigrants, homosexuals and Muslims. Rosa Parks Rosa Park choosed to take a seat in the bus on her ride home. When she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger, she was arrested for disobeying an Alabama law that requieres black people relinquish seats to white people when the bus was full. Her arrest led to a 381-day boy- cott of the Montgomery bus system, in order to abolish segregation in public transportations.. Martin Luther King Jr.. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. After attending to the Crozer Theological Seminary he followed his idol Mahatma Ghandi, who struggled to free people from india from the British rule by peaceful revolution. Kings involvement with the civil rights movement began with the ar- rest of Rosa Parks on December 1st, 1955. He attended to the Montgo- mery Bus Boycott. When the protests ended after 381 days, King became a famous leader of the black people and founded the Souther Christian Leadership Conference, which he led. On April the 3rd 1968 Martin Luther King Jr was shot and killed in the age. of 39 years.

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Civil Rights Movement The main Civil Rights Movement occured from 1954-1968, caused by racism, racial segregation, disfranchisement and socioeconomic inequality. Jim Crow laws • colored and white people shouldn't play any kinds of games together. • marriages between colored and white people are to be avoided schools must be seperated • seperate bus seats • white woman, that give birth to a child by a colored man, will be sentenced to the penitentiary for 18 months Timeline 1623 the first eleven staves arrive in New Amsterdam The peak years of the American Civil Rights Movement were the 1950s and 1960s, when African Americans kept demonstrating and fighting for human and civil rights, thus forcing the US Government to gua- rantee them certain constitutional rights, e.g. the. right to vote and to attend public facilities like schools, buses or restaurants together with the white Americans. 1863: President Abraham Lincoln signs the Emanicipation Proclamation 1865 Slavery was officially abolished by law 1866 the black Codes are passed in the South the Ku Klux Klan was founded in Tenessee 1868 the fourteen amendment affirms black citizenship 1870 the fifteenth amendment guarantees blacks right to vote 1870s racial segregation is gradually enforced in the American South 1890 Lousiana passes law enforcing "equal but seperate" 1880s-19208 peak years of black lynchings 1910 NAACP is founded (USoldest civil rights organization) WWI segregated regiments of white and African-Americans...

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fight for the U.S. WWII: ca 1 mio African-American soldiers fight for the U.S. 1955/56 Rosa Parks is arrested in Montgomery, Alabama Montgomery bus boycott Martin Luther King begins active participation in the civil rights movement 1957 the SCLL is founded to support the protest movement; Leader Martin Luther King Jr.. 1961: John F. Kennedy is elected President of the U.S. 1963-1965: Martin Luther King Jr. marches from Selma to Montgomery: activists march peacefully for the African-Americans right to vote March in August on Washington 250.000 people listen to the "I have a dream speech" by Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Civil Rights Act; liceraty tests re- suspended in order to allow many illiterate quired to be allowed to vote are • Southern blacks to vote 1965-1968 Black Panthers culminating frustation; radicalization; guns; urban protests 1968: Martin Luther King Jr. being assassinated on April 3 in Memphis, Tennessee 1992: riots in Los Angeles following the beating of Rodney King by while policement 1995 Million Man March (Nation of Islam) 2008142 Barack Obama becomes first African-American President 2012 114 public protests following the killing of unarmed African American Teenagers Police Officers killed Trayvon Martin & Michael Browns In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln signs the Emanicipation Proclamation that abolishes the slavery. One century later, Martin Luther King Jr. held his legendary speech "I have a Dream on a march to Washington in front of 250.000 people. 4 WHITE COLORED NAACP The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is an organization whose goal is to make certain that people of all races are treated equally. Ku Klux Klan The Ku Klux Klan was a racist, extremist and terrorist group which targets were African-Americans. They fought against racial equality. Other targets include Jews, Immigrants, homosexuals and Muslims. Rosa Parks Rosa Park choosed to take a seat in the bus on her ride home. When she refused to give up her seat to a white passenger, she was arrested for disobeying an Alabama law that requieres black people relinquish seats to white people when the bus was full. Her arrest led to a 381-day boy- cott of the Montgomery bus system, in order to abolish segregation in public transportations.. Martin Luther King Jr.. Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. After attending to the Crozer Theological Seminary he followed his idol Mahatma Ghandi, who struggled to free people from india from the British rule by peaceful revolution. Kings involvement with the civil rights movement began with the ar- rest of Rosa Parks on December 1st, 1955. He attended to the Montgo- mery Bus Boycott. When the protests ended after 381 days, King became a famous leader of the black people and founded the Souther Christian Leadership Conference, which he led. On April the 3rd 1968 Martin Luther King Jr was shot and killed in the age. of 39 years.