Ch. 30.1  Ladies and Local Americans Battle for Change.


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Ch. 30.1  Ladies and Local Americans Battle for Change. The Fundamental Thought In the 1960s ladies and Local Americans attempted to accomplish social equity. Perusing Center What prompted the recovery of the ladies' development? Which issues were imperative to the ladies' freedom development?
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Ch. 30.1  Women and Native Americans Fight for Change The Main Idea In the 1960s ladies and Native Americans attempted to accomplish social equity. Perusing Focus What prompted the restoration of the women’s development? Which issues were critical to the women’s freedom development? What were the lives of Native Americans like by the mid 1960s? How did Native Americans battle for reasonableness?

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Revival of the Women’s Movement Experiences at Work 1963  1/3 of laborers $0.60 per $1 “women’s work” JFK’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women Experiences at Home Homemakers  is this all? Betty Friedan  The Feminine Mystique Consciousness Raising Group dialogs  segregation?

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The Women’s Liberation Movement The women’s freedom development = the women\'s activist development = the equivalent rights development Feminism  the conviction that ladies and men ought to be socially, politically, and financially parallel Civil Rights Act of 1964  banned separation in vocation

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National Organization for Women (NOW) (1966) GOALS: End sex segregation in the working environment, schools, and the equity framework End savagery against ladies Gain fetus removal rights Lobbied government, recorded lawsuits, arranged revitalizes and marches Betty Friedan and Pauli Murray

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The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) Promised equivalent treatment for men and ladies in all circles, not just livelihood Some saw the ERA as a threat to family life Phyllis Schlafly and different conservatives crusaded to rout the ERA vanquished in 1982

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Roe v. Wade (1973) Supreme Court case that struck down state laws that banned premature birth Argued that such laws disregarded a protected right to security Debate  Pro-decision versus Genius life

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Effects of the Women’s Rights Movement # of ladies in expert employments ↑ More ladies in government The women\'s activist development moderated its pace in the late 1970s Only profited affluent white ladies???

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Native Americans in the Early 1960s Living Conditions Highest unemployment rates in the country Average salary  under 1/2 of white men Suffered excessively from weakness Termination Policy Stop government administrations to reservations and migrate Native Americans to urban areas Policy = fiasco for Native Americans A Movement 1961  gathering of 700 Native Americans held a meeting to contradict the end strategy Drafted the Declaration of Indian Purpose Red Power development  take control they could call their own lives

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Native Americans Fight for Fairness President Johnson built up the National Council on Indian Opportunity to get Native Americans more included in setting arrangement with respect to Indian issues Red Power activism  Native Americans political activists made essential authoritative increases. Congress passed laws that upgraded instruction, social insurance, voting rights, and religious opportunity for Native Americans

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Occupation of Alcatraz Group of Native Americans tried to recover Alcatraz Island Lasted year and a half  government marshals evacuated the gathering by power Drew open thoughtfulness regarding the situation of Native Americans Partly therefore, New Mexico returned 48,000 sections of land of area to the Taos Pueblo in 1970

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American Indian Movement (AIM) American Indian Movement established in 1968  real drive behind the Red Power development Called for: restoration of conventional societies monetary autonomy better training for Indian youngsters Russell Means - Leader AIM infrequently utilized forceful strategies the Trail of Broken Treaties Occupation of Wounded Knee  71 day outfitted occupation

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Other Organizations Fight for Fairness National Indian Education Association  enhance access to training Native American Rights Fund  gave lawful administrations Council on Energy Resource Tribes  helped its part countries addition control over their normal assets and pick whether to secure or create them These gatherings and others attempted to ensure Native Americans’ rights, enhance ways of life, and do it all in a way steady with Native Americans’ societies and customs

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Progress? Congress passed various laws in the 1970s to improve training, human services, voting rights, and religious opportunity for Native Americans Red Power development produced more prominent pride in Native Americans and more extensive valuation for their way of life Native Americans proceeded to issues Unemployment High school dropout rate

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Ch. 30.2  Latinos Fight for Rights The Main Idea In the 1960s Latinos attempted to accomplish social equity. Perusing Focus What were the lives of Latinos like in the mid 1960s? What occasion propelled Latinos’ battle for social equity? What were the primary objectives of the developments for Latino rights?

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The Lives of Latinos in the Early 1960s Latino  individual of Latin American drop Hispanic  individuals of Spanish-talking heritage Population ↑ amid the 1960s Immigration Act of 1965 Economic 1/3 of Mexican American families underneath the destitution line 2x the same number of Mexican Americans as white Americans were unemployed

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The Lives of Latinos in the Early 1960s Education Faced segregation Schools w/less qualified educators, less assets, and poor offices Few instructors had the capacity communicate in Spanish Politics Far less power than the measure of their populace justified Electoral area limits lessened force Few Latinos in office Often barred from serving on juries

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Latinos’ Struggle for Social Justice Social equity  the reasonable dispersion of points of interest and burdens in the public eye The Fight for Social Justice Migrant horticultural laborers, numerous were Latino: Low wages for diligent work 1965 ranch specialists went on strike in Delano, California National Farm Workers Association (NFWA) drove by Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta Chavez roused numerous to battle separation

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The Delano Grape Strike Farm laborers requested a 15-penny increment in their time-based compensation 5,000 grape laborers went on strike Dolores Huerta and Cã©sar Chã¡vez helped Lasted five years Picketed the fields, walks, grape boycotts Growers at last gave in and settled w/the union Cã©sar Chã¡vez  national figure for peaceful challenge

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The Chicano Movement Shortened type of mexicanos Ethnic pride and duty to political activism Reies Lã³pez Tijerina and the Alianza Federal de Mercedes (Federal Alliance of Land Grants) Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales established the Crusade for Justice Mexican American Youth Organization (MAYO) Josã© Angel Gutiã©rrez established La Raza Unida Party (RUP) The Brown Berets

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Movement for Latino Rights Alianza Focused on the persisting issue of area rights Crusade for Justice Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Promoted Mexican American patriotism Provided lawful guide, a theater for social mindfulness, a Spanish daily paper, and other group administrations

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Movement for Latino Rights Mexican American Youth Organization (MAYO) Josã© Angel Gutiã©rrez Wanted to accomplish monetary autonomy for Mexican Americans, increase neighborhood control over the training of Hispanic kids, and a third political gathering School walkouts & shows – ex: Crystal City, Texas La Raza Unida Gutiã©rrez framed RUP (“the united people”) political gathering Campaigned for: bilingual instruction, enhanced open administrations, training for offspring of transient specialists, and a conclusion to occupation separation

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Movement for Latino Rights Brown Berets Militant association Protesting against police brutality in East Los Angeles Fought for bilingual training, better school conditions, Chicano concentrates, more Chicano instructors, and bolstered endeavors of other Chicano bunches

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Movement for Latino Rights Boricua Movement Name by which numerous Puerto Ricans allude to themselves Expresses ethnic pride and backing for political activism Faced social and financial segregation Movement’s objectives moved to self-government for Puerto Rico and better conditions for all Puerto Ricans Cuban Americans Many fled Castro’s Communist government Many were experts and businessmen Most Cuban Americans who composed for change in Cuba

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Ch. 30.3  Culture and Counterculture The Main Idea The counterculture that developed in the 1960s and 1970s left an enduring effect on American life. Perusing Focus What prompted the counterculture\'s ascent? How was life in the counterculture? How did standard American culture respond to the counterculture? What legacy did the counterculture desert?

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Counterculture v. the Establishment Counterculture  resistance of teenagers and youthful grown-ups against standard American culture in the 1960s Hippies Establishment  standard society

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The Youth Culture Baby Boomers Blamed parents’ era for issues Nuclear danger Discrimination Vietnam War Pollution Beatniks (1950s)

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Rising Student Activism Rebellion on school grounds against “restrictive” or “unjust” approaches UC at Berkeley understudy protests Free Speech Movement Civil noncompliance Mainstream stunned at the scrutinizing of power

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Life in the Counterculture Living Arrangements 1,000s left school, occupations, and customary home life Rejected realism and hard working attitude Haight-Ashbury in SF Communes

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Life in the Counterculture Hippie Culture Enlightenment Eastern Religions Drugs L

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