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THE Social liberties. Development. Targets. The causes and the impacts of the Social equality Development Analyze the significant battles amid that Period Look at and assess a percentage of the Administration arrangements executed Think about the issues affecting the country then and now. Stage 1.
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THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

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OBJECTIVES The reasons and the impacts of the Civil Rights Movement Examine the real battles amid that Era Examine and assess a Government\'s percentage arrangements actualized Compare the issues affecting the country then and now.

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Stage 1 How much do you think about the Civil Rights development? Attempt our pretest and have some good times Click to start pretest Click to Skip Pretest

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Menu page Hispanic Americans Efforts Government Actions & Policies African Americans Efforts Women’s Rights Native Americans’ Effort Exit

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Pretest (5 addresses) A noteworthy objective of the social liberties development of the 1950s and 1960s was to (1) End racial isolation (2) Reduce partiality against settlers (3) Reform jail conditions (4) Improve living conditions for Native American Indians

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Question 2 In Brown v. Leading body of Education (1954), the Supreme Court decided that racially isolated instruction was: (1) A state\'s rights issue ( 2) A satisfactory practice in training (3) Unequal and unlawful

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Question 3. Associations included in the social equality development included: (1) Montgomery Improvement Association (2) Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) (3) Student Non-savage Coordinating Committee (SNCC) (4) All of the above

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Question 4 In the battle for African-American social liberties, Rosa Parks is most firmly connected with the: (1) March on Washington, D.C. (2) Voter enlistment drives in Mississippi (3) Bus blacklist in Montgomery, Alabama (4) Sit-in shows in North Carolina

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Question 5 A noteworthy objective of the Seneca Falls Convention (1848) was to (1) Form another political gathering (2) Oppose the Mexican War (3) Publicize the requirement for women’s rights (4) Improve state funded instruction

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African Americans Efforts African Americans had experienced bigotry and segregation in the US since frontier times. In the mid-1900s, numerous African American trusted that time had seek them to appreciate an equivalent spot in American life. They battled for equivalent open doors in occupations, lodging, and training. Above all, they battled against racial isolation. The journey for social equality turned into an across the country development in the 1960s as African Americans won political and lawful rights, and isolation was to a great extent abrogated.

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African Americans Efforts Summary Back to Menu

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Fight for Women Rights 1961 President John F Kennedy made the Commission on the Status of Women, however a constantly developing piece of the workforce, got lower pay than men notwithstanding for the same employments 1963 – Congress passed the Equal Pay Act In the following quite a long while ladies kept on battling for equivalent rights Back to Menu

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Hispanic Americans Efforts The battle for rights began among Mexican American transient ranch laborers They did backbreaking work for low wages When the occupation finished, they needed to go to diverse homesteads looking for the following employment Early 1960s – with Cesar Chavez as their pioneer they shaped the United Farm specialists union to battle for better pay and working conditions Back to Menu

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Native Americans Efforts In the 1950s, the government urged Native Americans to leave the reservations to search for work in urban communities. Numerous couldn\'t discover these occupations. There were few employments or different open doors on reservations Many Native Americans lived underneath the destitution line In 1966, a study uncovered the most Native Americans would not live pass 46 yrs. In the 1960s, Native Americans sorted out to battle these issues. They needed political force. The National Congress of American Indians( NCAI) was shaped Back to Menu

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Government’s Actions & Policies 1964 – Civil Rights Act 1965 – Voting Rights Act of 1965 1966 – Department of Housing and Urban Development 1968 – Indian Civil Rights Act Back to Menu

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