The Civil Rights Movement- Groups

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What does the NAACP stand for?
National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People
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When was the NAACP founded?
1909
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What did the NAACP aim to do?
Ensure the political, education, economic and social equality of all citizens
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What does CORE stand for?
Congress of Racial Equality
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When was CORE founded?
1942
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What was the movement behind CORE?
Was inspired by the non-violent methods of Gandhi
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What was the SCLC?
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
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What did the SCLC do?
Organised a pilgrimage called the 'Crusade for Citizenship' which marched to Washington
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What was the problem with the SCLC?
They wanted President Eisenhower to speak out about civil rights but he refused to be drawn into the debate
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What did the SNCC stand for?
Student Non-violent Co-ordinating Committee
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When was the SNCC founded?
1960
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Which other group did the SNCC receive a grant from to help establish itself?
SCLC
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