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Lesson 18 – “Times Are A-Changin’”/Chapter 18 1 Name: Institution: Course: Date: TRANSFORMING AMERICA I have chosen chapter 18. The key element is the African American protest and another organized group protest. Civil right movements captured attention and brought changes in American society through freedom movements that composed of women, college students, Latinos and American Indians. The actions involved direct action protests worked to change laws and challenged stagnant institutions. Through free speech movement, students demanded their rights. They fought expulsion of human rights, in general, and they did it through meetings, boycotting and striking. Many interracial movements worked together to achieve freedom and equality. In 1962, United Farm Workers dedicated to improving the lives of migrants. They boycotted to help win union recognition and wages increment, and this lasted for five years to achieve this. In 1968, members of American Indian community held a meeting in Minneapolis
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  • Fall '16
  • Dee Delth
  • Native Americans in the United States, Hispanic and Latino Americans, United Farm Workers, American Indian community

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