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  • 1. The American Civil Rights Movement
  • 2. When Does Civil Rights Begin?
  • 3.
    • 1st Wave Begins in 1945
    • Black Soldiers Return Home From WWII
  • 4. WHAT Does President Truman Do?
  • 5. In Short…..
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  • 6. No New Legislation Is Passed Under Truman
  • 7. The Eisenhower Years
  • 8. Signs Civil Rights Act of 1957 Signs Civil Rights Act of 1959
  • 9. The Movement Picks Up Steam By Late 1950’s
  • 10. Major Figures Arise
  • 11. 1955: Rosa Parks Refuses to Sit in the Back of the Bus
  • 12. Montgomery Bus Boycott Ensues
  • 13. Enter Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 14. Who Was Martin Luther King?
  • 15.
    • Pastor
    • Activist
    • Leader
    • Hero
    • Preaches Non-Violent Protest
  • 16. Malcolm X Represents Other Side of the Movement
  • 17.
    • The Nation of Islam backs X
    • “ By Any Means Necessary”
    • Black Power Movement finds its Roots
  • 18. New Organizations Form SCLC SNCC CORE NAACP
  • 19. A Mass Movement
  • 20. 1960: Lunch Counter Sit-ins Begin in Greensboro, NC
  • 21. May, 1961 : CORE Starts Freedom Rides through the South
  • 22. Birmingham 1963 Church Bombing Police Brutality Under “Bull” Connor King Imprisoned, writes “Letter From Birmingham City Jail”
  • 23. Violence is Broadcast into American Living Rooms for 1 st Time
  • 24. President Kennedy Forced to Act
  • 25.
    • President Kennedy Orders King Released
    • Campaigns for Civil Rights
  • 26. August, 1963: “I Have a Dream”
  • 27. JFK Assassinated
    • Civil Rights Legislation on the Table when Kennedy is killed
  • 28. HOW Will President Johnson Handle Civil Rights??
  • 29.
    • Passes Civil Rights Act of 1964
    • Passes Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • 30. Violence Still Increasing
  • 31. Ku Klux Klan Murders 3 Workers During Freedom Summer Bloody Sunday: Selma, Alabama
  • 32. February 21, 1965: Malcolm X Assassinated
  • 33. Throughout the Violence, Progress is Made
  • 34. New Challenges Arise
    • School Integration
    • Resurrection of the KKK
    • Black Extremists
  • 35. Black Panther Party is Formed in 1966
    • Huey P. Long
    • Bobby Seale
    • Armed Urban Youth
  • 36. 1968 Olympics
  • 37. In The Summer of 1967 Race Riots Break Out in Detroit and Newark
  • 38. As the 1960’s Die Down so Does Civil Rights
    • Vietnam Becomes the Focus of Liberal America
  • 39. The Counter Culture Movement is also Taking Headlines
  • 40. April 4, 1968: MLK Assassinated
  • 41. Did Civil Rights as a Movement Die With King?

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