Civil Rights

Jul 5th, 2016
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A short glimpse at the Civil Rights Movement in America.

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The Civil Rights Movement- Rise of the Urban Black Middle ClassBrown v. Board of Education (1954)- Linda Brown- Wanted to walk to school- Attorney was Thurgood Marshall- Earl Warron - Attorney in California who hated himself forJapanese internment, was elected to Supreme Court,became incredibly liberal- Court ruled in favor of Brown May 17th 1954- Massive Resistance from the Southern States (because wesuck)- States start passing laws to get around it- Pupil Law - placing students where they have the bestchance of succeeding- Little Rock Crisis (1957)- Began to integrate s

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