Nov 13th Lecture - Civil Rights 1900-1954

Nov 13th Lecture - Civil Rights 1900-1954 - American...

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African-American Civil Rights Movement:  1900-1954 Segregation and Disenfranchisement—how to respond Booker T. Washington WEB DuBois, Niagara Movement Mary Ovington, WEB DuBois, NAACP (1910) Ida Wells Barnett and Jessie Daniel Ames:  anti-lynching crusade Harlem Renaissance Marcus Garvey, 1916-1920s A. Phillip Randolph, WW2 FDR:  EO #8802 and FEPC
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Unformatted text preview: American revulsion re “Final Solution” Jackie Robinson, 1947 HST: desegregation of US Army, 1948 Charles Hamilton Houston & Pre-WW 2 Legal Challenges • NAACP Legal Defense Team • Teacher Salary Cases • Law School Cases Sweatt v. Painter, 1950 Thurgood Marshall Brown v. Board of Education, 1954 and 1955...
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