Civil Rights Movement

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minimum of 750 words/maximum 1000 words. Also, citations FROM THE BOOK and other source When you get to the final Civil Rights Movement writing assignment, carefully read the essay question and respond to it rather than offering me a general history of events. As noted in the instructions, stick to 20th c. events (do not go back before 1901). The crux of instructions reads "Write an essay that explains how civil rights advocates successfully challenged and overthrew the system of segregation in the 20th century. Your essay should discuss the factors that led to increased activism and solidarity at the grassroots level, as well as the role that elected officials within the federal government played in guaranteeing citizenship rights to all Americans." Therefore there will be at least two mains parts - what led to increased activism; and, what role did elected officials play?

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Running head: CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
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CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

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Civil Rights Movement
Introduction

Civil rights movement refers to the struggle towards social justice that happened mainly
in the 1950 to 1960s for the black community to have equal rights under the constitution of the
United States (Keene et al., 2016). This happened after the end of Civil War which had
effectively abolished slavery but not discrimination against African Americans. Black people by
that time continued to suffer from the devastating racism that was meted upon them by the white
majority particular in the South. In the mid 20th century the black community had experienced
and suffered more than enough violence and prejudice. Together with many likeminded whites,
they mobilized and started the unprecedented struggle for equality that lasted for two decades.
The primal objective of this paper is to analyze some of the major events that led to increased
activism and the roles that were played the elected officials in the struggle against black
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