Humanities
SYG1000 Rasmussen American Civil Rights Movement Course Project

SYG1000

Rasmussen College

Question Description

Your course project will focus on a particular social movement that has had an impact on American society. Examples of potential topics include the Abolitionist (Anti-Slavery) Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, the Women's Rights Movement, the Environmental Movement, and the Anti-Apartheid Movement.

This week you will submit the proposal for your course project. It should include the following components:

  1. Description of the social movement you have chosen, why you have chosen it, what you already know about it, and what you hope to learn through your research.
  2. One-page, double spaced.
  3. Title page that includes the working title for your project.
  4. Reference list with at least three scholarly sources about your topic. These scholarly sources should be articles or books obtained from the Rasmussen Library databases.

Final Answer

Attached.

Running head: THE AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

The American Civil Rights Movement
Institution Affiliated
Date

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THE AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT
The American Civil Rights Movement was a nonviolent social movement that begun
in the mid-1950s through to 1968 aimed at securing rights and freedoms of African
Americans. The movement was in response to the massive racial segregation that had left
people of colour receiving the worst of social existence. It ...

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