Civil Rights Movement    GET YOUR TEXTBOOK – YOU NEED IT TODAY!!!!!
Title       Chapter 21:The Civil Rights Movement      1950s-1960s
Civil Rights People p. 1-2 Thurgood Marshall        For each person Little Rock Nine          What  they did Rosa Par...
Civil Rights Events p. 3-4 Brown vs. Board of    For the  Education             events/things Montgomery Bus        inc...
Civil Rights Organizations p. 5-6 Southern Christian     For organization  Leadership             include               ...
Civil Rights Vocabulary/ Terms
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  1. 1. Civil Rights Movement GET YOUR TEXTBOOK – YOU NEED IT TODAY!!!!!
  2. 2. Title Chapter 21:The Civil Rights Movement 1950s-1960s
  3. 3. Civil Rights People p. 1-2 Thurgood Marshall  For each person Little Rock Nine  What they did Rosa Parks  Why they were Martin Luther King Jr important Freedom Riders  List any James Meredith organizations they were involved with Fannie Lou Hamer Malcolm X
  4. 4. Civil Rights Events p. 3-4 Brown vs. Board of  For the Education events/things Montgomery Bus include Boycott  Brief description Sit ins  Important people Freedom Summer involved March on  Outcome Washington  Location 24th Amendment  Dates
  5. 5. Civil Rights Organizations p. 5-6 Southern Christian  For organization Leadership include  Description of the org Conference (SCLC) and their goals Student Non Violent  Who the leaders were Coordinating  What events they Committee (SNCC) were involved in. Nation of Islam  Outcomes for their Black Panthers work.
  6. 6. Civil Rights Vocabulary/ Terms
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