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The Civil Rights Movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

The Civil Rights Movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

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The Civil Rights Movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 civil rights -civil rights have not been always guaranteed • civil rights movement started after WWII ( ≈ 1950s + 1960s) = basic human right that are protected by government Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 most buses in the south were segregated (white passengers sat in front of buses and black passengers were required to sit in the back) segregation = separating people by "race on Dec. 1st 1955 Rosa Parks (an African American Women) was seated in an area designated for black passengers when a white man demanded she give up her seat because there were no more empty seats for whites she refused she got arrested L7 African American community in Montgomery refused to pay money to use the public bus system (instead they used tavis or walked/ Lon Nov 13 1956 bus segregation was declared unconstitutional The Birmingham Campaign. 1963 Birmingham, Alabama was considered the segregated city in the south La African Americans were refused service in stores and restaurants, denied jobs due their race and often became victims of violent crimes to ·Martin Luther King led a series of nonviolen protests. ↳₂ many African Americans were arrested or attacked noses or police dogs fire · In May of 1963 the local government agreed . to desegregate water fountaints, restrooms, lunch counters,.. (but this did not end racial vidence there) on Sep...

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15th the Ku Klux klan bombed the 76th Street Baptist church L killed and injured many African American people The March on • August of 1963 Washington over 200 000 protestors took part in a march through washington DC. . Martin Luther King made his "I have a Dream" speech Civil Rights Act begun by president of 1964 Kennedy and continued and by President Johnson • made racial discrimination illegal in all Public Ciar discrimin ended descrimination in education and elections did not end all descriminations)

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The Civil Rights Movement and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 civil rights -civil rights have not been always guaranteed • civil rights movement started after WWII ( ≈ 1950s + 1960s) = basic human right that are protected by government Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 most buses in the south were segregated (white passengers sat in front of buses and black passengers were required to sit in the back) segregation = separating people by "race on Dec. 1st 1955 Rosa Parks (an African American Women) was seated in an area designated for black passengers when a white man demanded she give up her seat because there were no more empty seats for whites she refused she got arrested L7 African American community in Montgomery refused to pay money to use the public bus system (instead they used tavis or walked/ Lon Nov 13 1956 bus segregation was declared unconstitutional The Birmingham Campaign. 1963 Birmingham, Alabama was considered the segregated city in the south La African Americans were refused service in stores and restaurants, denied jobs due their race and often became victims of violent crimes to ·Martin Luther King led a series of nonviolen protests. ↳₂ many African Americans were arrested or attacked noses or police dogs fire · In May of 1963 the local government agreed . to desegregate water fountaints, restrooms, lunch counters,.. (but this did not end racial vidence there) on Sep...

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15th the Ku Klux klan bombed the 76th Street Baptist church L killed and injured many African American people The March on • August of 1963 Washington over 200 000 protestors took part in a march through washington DC. . Martin Luther King made his "I have a Dream" speech Civil Rights Act begun by president of 1964 Kennedy and continued and by President Johnson • made racial discrimination illegal in all Public Ciar discrimin ended descrimination in education and elections did not end all descriminations)