Civil Rights

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  • Civil Rights USA
    • Immigration
      • Melting pot
        • Different ethnicities 'melting' together to achieve American Dream
      • W.A.S.P.S
        • Disliked immigrants, believed they were true americans
      • Restrictions
        • by 1930 immigration for south and east europe and asia had almost stopped
        • 1929 only 150,000 immigrants allowed
    • Seperate but equal
      • Segregation
        • Jim Crow Laws
          • 'Seperate but equal'
      • Ku Klux Klan
        • Burning crosses
        • Lynching
        • Police connections
        • Marches
    • Civil Rights Campaigns 1950-1960
      • 1954- SC decides segregation is wrong in education
        • Little Rock, Arkansas
      • Double V campaign 1945
      • Peaceful Campaigns
        • Montgomery Bus Boycott
        • Sit-ins
        • Freedom rides
      • MLK
        • Birmingham Alabama
        • Publicity, relied on footage of brutality against non-violent protest
      • Civil Rights Act 1964
        • ended segregation in schools, workplaces, facilities such as transport and lunch counters
    • Changes in the Civil Rights Campaign
      • Black Panthers
        • Helped communities in the ghetto
        • Believed in arming themselves to protect themselves
      • Malcolm X
        • Thought white people were the enemy
          • Black Power
            • Tired of how long changes were taking, wanted to fight back
      • Black Power
        • Tired of how long changes were taking, wanted to fight back
  • N.A.A.C.P
    • National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People
  • S.C.L.C
    • Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  • S.N.C.C
    • Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
    • Early Civil Rights Groups
      • S.C.L.C
        • Southern Christian Leadership Conference
      • N.A.A.C.P
        • National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People
      • C.O.R.E
        • Congress Of Racial Equality

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