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 Montgomery Bus Boycot (1953/1956)
political /social protest
against policy of racial segregation in Montgomery
Because of:
6-day Baton Roug

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Montgomery Bus Boycot (1953/1956) political /social protest against policy of racial segregation in Montgomery Because of: 6-day Baton Rouge bus boycott Claudette Colvin's arrest Emmett Till (1955) visited his uncle near Mississipi (14y.o) visited grocery Store Spoke to Carolyn Bryant (flirting with her) Roy (her husband) and his half brother obducted Emmett beat and mutilated him, shooting and sinking him in Tallahatchie River, Tens of thousend attended his funeral 09/1955 Bryant and his half brother not guilty (all white jury) they admitted killing Till Emmett Till Memorial Commission in 24 Century Rosa Parks arresti (1913) Civil Rights activist African-American known for her prioral role got arrested because she didn't want to give a white men her bus seat Civil Rights Movement March on Washington (1963) political demonstration advocation for Civil and economic rights for African Americans Civil Rights Act (1964) Martin Luther King, The civil rights Leader" segregation represent the evil of racial inequality like no other 28.08.1963 in Washington 200.000-300.000 people place: in front of lincoln. Memorial in Washington Martin Luther King Jr's most famous speech: I have a dream" Malcolm X (1925-1965) Afro-American Muslim civil rights activist. grew up in foster family Minister because of his skin colour he wasn't allowed to study he was jailed for 10 years for break-ins made the first acquaintance with, Nation of Islam" in prison 21th February 1965 was shoot at one of his speech and Selma to Montgomery march 1963 SNCC right to vote for black people in Selma Flerce resistance and violence...

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by the whites 1964:Civil Rights Act forbades discrimination in voting on the basis of race 1963: SNCC & Martin Luther King first protest march March 15: New bill and support on national television March 21: 2000 people sar out from Selma. March 25: Martin Luther King adresses the protesters ・ voting rights act. August 1965. The greensboro sit in (1.02.1960) civil right protest 4 young went to a Woolworth's lunch counter African American students refused to leaf after beeing denied service Sit in Movement soon spread to North Carolina Sara Parcer (he was inspired)

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6-day Baton Roug

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Montgomery Bus Boycot (1953/1956) political /social protest against policy of racial segregation in Montgomery Because of: 6-day Baton Rouge bus boycott Claudette Colvin's arrest Emmett Till (1955) visited his uncle near Mississipi (14y.o) visited grocery Store Spoke to Carolyn Bryant (flirting with her) Roy (her husband) and his half brother obducted Emmett beat and mutilated him, shooting and sinking him in Tallahatchie River, Tens of thousend attended his funeral 09/1955 Bryant and his half brother not guilty (all white jury) they admitted killing Till Emmett Till Memorial Commission in 24 Century Rosa Parks arresti (1913) Civil Rights activist African-American known for her prioral role got arrested because she didn't want to give a white men her bus seat Civil Rights Movement March on Washington (1963) political demonstration advocation for Civil and economic rights for African Americans Civil Rights Act (1964) Martin Luther King, The civil rights Leader" segregation represent the evil of racial inequality like no other 28.08.1963 in Washington 200.000-300.000 people place: in front of lincoln. Memorial in Washington Martin Luther King Jr's most famous speech: I have a dream" Malcolm X (1925-1965) Afro-American Muslim civil rights activist. grew up in foster family Minister because of his skin colour he wasn't allowed to study he was jailed for 10 years for break-ins made the first acquaintance with, Nation of Islam" in prison 21th February 1965 was shoot at one of his speech and Selma to Montgomery march 1963 SNCC right to vote for black people in Selma Flerce resistance and violence...

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by the whites 1964:Civil Rights Act forbades discrimination in voting on the basis of race 1963: SNCC & Martin Luther King first protest march March 15: New bill and support on national television March 21: 2000 people sar out from Selma. March 25: Martin Luther King adresses the protesters ・ voting rights act. August 1965. The greensboro sit in (1.02.1960) civil right protest 4 young went to a Woolworth's lunch counter African American students refused to leaf after beeing denied service Sit in Movement soon spread to North Carolina Sara Parcer (he was inspired)