Causes for the main events in the Civil Rights movement

All the causes for all the main events during the civil rights movement in the year 1954-1968.

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  • Causes for events in the civil rights movement 1954-1968
    • The Brown Ruling
      • Oliver Brown
      • Long standing Jim Crow Laws
      • The NAACP
    • The Montgomery bus boycott
      • TRIGGER: Rosa Parks
      • The NAACP
      • Claudette Colvin
      • Long Standing racism
    • Little Rock
      • The Brown Ruling
      • Orval Faubus
      • Deep rooted racism
    • Greensboro sit ins
      • 16 previous sit ins
      • McNeill - university students
      • Refused service at all white section in Woolworths
    • Freedom Rides
      • Testing Boynton vs Virginia
      • Deep rooted racism
      • Supreme court rulings
    • Birmingham
      • Extreme white racism
      • SCLC had to show themselves as dynamic
      • Impatience with Kennedy Administration
    • March on Washington
      • 100 years since liberation
      • National Stand - gain media attention
      • Slow progress
      • Cannot be ignored by President
    • Mississipi Freedom Summers
      • Mississipi had the worst black voter rate
      • Educate about black history
      • Aid literacy to help voters
    • Selma
      • Plessy vs Furguson
      • Lack of change after civil rights Acrt
    • Harlem Riots
      • Police brutality
      • Black Nationalism
    • Detriot Riots
      • Long hot summer
      • Police brutality
      • Living below the poverty line
      • Copy cat nature
    • Watts Riots
      • Lack of relationship with police
      • Copy cat nature
    • Merridith March
      • James Merridith wanted to go to Alabama state university
      • Shot against James Merridith

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