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Use Chapter 29 in Creating America and the Civil Rights Era research list on ABC CLIO to compete this study guide.


Use any source to define the terms below ...
Define CIVIL RIGHTS -

Define CIVIL LIBERTIES -




Section 1 – Origins of the Civil Rights Movement - Finish by Wednesday


List the "changes" that made the efforts of African Americans more successful than ever.
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Brown v. Board of Education - What happened, and what was the impact of this Supreme Court decision?
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Montgomery Bus Boycott - What happened, and what were the results of this protest?
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Little Rock - What happened, and what were the results of this event (check ABC-CLIO)?
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Sit-ins - What happened, and what were the results of this protest?
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Section 2 – Kennedy, Johnson, and Civil Rights - Finish by Thursday


Completely describe each of the following in its relation to the Civil Rights Movement by using 2-3 complete sentences.

CORE and Freedom Rides
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Birmingham Protests in 1963
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Civil Rights Act of 1964
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Freedom Summer
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Voting Rights Act of 1965
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Selma to Montgomery March
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After reading this section, and using ABC-CLIO, discuss how Johnson's Great Society programs would help African Americans and others fighting for Civil Rights. Jot down a list of your key ideas.
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Read Divisions in the Civil Rights Movement, and then read Black Power, Black Pride and Malcolm X from ABC-CLIO. Why and how did the Civil Rights movement divide in the later half of the 1960s? Make a bulleted list answering this question. (mention Chicago, riots, assassination, black power, Malcolm X)
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Section 3 – The Equal Rights Struggle Expands - Finish by Friday


Complete the grid below concerning other aspects of the Civil Rights Movement. Use the guide words, and be detailed! -

Group
Problems / Challenges Faced
Actions Taken
Progress made (if any)
Hispanic Americans
farm
school
diversity
Cesar Chavez
La Raza
walkouts

Native Americans
traditional culture
NCAI
AIM
Alcatraz
Wounded Knee

Women
discrimination
"Feminine Mystique"
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