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African Americans = Time of segregation - white people were seen as the superior race allegedly separate but equal facilities were invented restaurants, schools, hospitals with whites only -> social segregation - insults and violence against them - went allowed to vote - had to suffer discrimination, injustice and inequality - got valued by their skin colour Civil rights movement: - goals: change society and voting rights for African Americans, include racial dignity, economic, political self-sufficiency, freedom from oppression by white Americans -> equal rights - mostly peacefully demonstrations. black power movement expanded those aims mainly supported by white students -> volunteers and helped to organise campaigns - Martin Luther King was the central leader Jim Crow Laws (1876- 1965) a number of laws requiring racial segregation in the US Jim Crow was a racist term for a black person - provided a systematic legal basis for segregation and discriminating African Americans - Examples: Segregation of housing, jobs, schools, public transports, restrooms.... Brown v. Board of Education: - court decision which overturned the earlier "equal but separate" doctrine of Plessy - Brown vs. Board of Education set a new precedent: Segregation in public schools was now seen as Amendment because of intangible factors Montgomery Bus Boycott: - December 1955: Rosa Parks ignored the rule of the Blacks to give the Whites their seats in...

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the bus, she got arrested - organization was formed (Montgomery Improvement Association) -> leader: MLK - peaceful protest to protect the equal rights of people (one of the main events in the Civil Movement) - Main characters: Rosa Parks and MLK - segregation in public transports was common - showed a togetherness and strong relationship between the blacks - demands: politeness and equal rights, blacks are able to become a bus driver Voting Rights act 1965: violating the 14th - outlawed the discriminatory voting practices a consequence of the civil rights movement very few African Americans were registered votes and had a very little political power Martin Luther King: - "I have a dream" - public speech during March on Washington for jobs and freedom = called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the US - organized the March on Washington - Montgomery bus boycott = peaceful resistance - hoped for a colour-blind America (ignoring Color and culture of a human to live peacefully with each other) African Americans Malcom X: - thought that only violence against whites would be appropriated - considered whites as evil due determination violence against violence African Americans today: success of the Civil Rights Movement are visible in social and political life - blacks in high political positions (Barack Obama as the first black president) more and more young black people graduate and have better chances to find a job everyone is allowed to visit school - nevertheless, blacks still have a higher chance of being unemployed and imprisoned than the larger white population - there are still many prejudges and discrimination -> US still is not absolutely tolerant Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a decentralised political and social movement protesting against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people multiple mass protest in the US + worldwide - George Floyd protests in 2020 following the killing of Floyd by a police officer ("I can't breathe"

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African Americans = Time of segregation - white people were seen as the superior race allegedly separate but equal facilities were invented restaurants, schools, hospitals with whites only -> social segregation - insults and violence against them - went allowed to vote - had to suffer discrimination, injustice and inequality - got valued by their skin colour Civil rights movement: - goals: change society and voting rights for African Americans, include racial dignity, economic, political self-sufficiency, freedom from oppression by white Americans -> equal rights - mostly peacefully demonstrations. black power movement expanded those aims mainly supported by white students -> volunteers and helped to organise campaigns - Martin Luther King was the central leader Jim Crow Laws (1876- 1965) a number of laws requiring racial segregation in the US Jim Crow was a racist term for a black person - provided a systematic legal basis for segregation and discriminating African Americans - Examples: Segregation of housing, jobs, schools, public transports, restrooms.... Brown v. Board of Education: - court decision which overturned the earlier "equal but separate" doctrine of Plessy - Brown vs. Board of Education set a new precedent: Segregation in public schools was now seen as Amendment because of intangible factors Montgomery Bus Boycott: - December 1955: Rosa Parks ignored the rule of the Blacks to give the Whites their seats in...

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the bus, she got arrested - organization was formed (Montgomery Improvement Association) -> leader: MLK - peaceful protest to protect the equal rights of people (one of the main events in the Civil Movement) - Main characters: Rosa Parks and MLK - segregation in public transports was common - showed a togetherness and strong relationship between the blacks - demands: politeness and equal rights, blacks are able to become a bus driver Voting Rights act 1965: violating the 14th - outlawed the discriminatory voting practices a consequence of the civil rights movement very few African Americans were registered votes and had a very little political power Martin Luther King: - "I have a dream" - public speech during March on Washington for jobs and freedom = called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the US - organized the March on Washington - Montgomery bus boycott = peaceful resistance - hoped for a colour-blind America (ignoring Color and culture of a human to live peacefully with each other) African Americans Malcom X: - thought that only violence against whites would be appropriated - considered whites as evil due determination violence against violence African Americans today: success of the Civil Rights Movement are visible in social and political life - blacks in high political positions (Barack Obama as the first black president) more and more young black people graduate and have better chances to find a job everyone is allowed to visit school - nevertheless, blacks still have a higher chance of being unemployed and imprisoned than the larger white population - there are still many prejudges and discrimination -> US still is not absolutely tolerant Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a decentralised political and social movement protesting against incidents of police brutality and all racially motivated violence against black people multiple mass protest in the US + worldwide - George Floyd protests in 2020 following the killing of Floyd by a police officer ("I can't breathe"