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Civil rights bell ringers

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Sentences about the Civil Rights Movement that need corrections made to them.

Sentences about the Civil Rights Movement that need corrections made to them.

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  • 1. The civil rights movement, were a socialmovement aimed at out lawing racialdiscrimination against black american’s.
  • 2. Between 1955 and 1968 acts ofnonviolent protest and civil dis-obedienceproduces crisis situations betweenActivist’s and Government authorities.
  • 3. During the Civil Rights Movementthere is several forms of protestincluding boycott’s-sitins- marches,and other non-violent activitys.
  • 4. In 1955 the Montgomery bus Boycott wasa famous acts of civil disobedience startingby an woman named Rosa Parks who willrefuse to give up her seat to a white guy.
  • 5. The Civil Right’s act were passed in 1964 itbanned discrimination based on race,color, religion, or national-origin.

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