SS310_Finley_Joey_Unit_4_1960_Civil_Rights_Then_and Now

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1960 Civil Rights Movement Changes Then and Now Joey Finley
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MOST SUFFERED COMMUNITY In regards to the events of that time frame, the African Community Suffered most. Additionally, blacks during the civil right movements were deprived of
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WOMEN’S RIGHTS Throughout the rights movement, women did not have any privileges. Women could not have the proper freedom while going out. Now a day, we as a people can say that women white and black have full rights. They are no longer compared to as the lesser sex (Brunner & Haney, 2007).
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CHILDREN SUFFERING DURING CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT During the civil rights movement children were denied the privilege to go to schools in some parts and thus added to their under development. Those that did were separated. Currently, it can be said that the way white and black children are treated has no differences between the way they interact in school and enjoy life (Brunner & Haney, 2007).
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SUFFERING OF MINORITY COMMUNITIES Minority communities suffered greatly during the civil rights
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Unformatted text preview: movement. Their lack of an educated background increased their difficulties and added to difficulties. Times have changed and minorities have and know of their rights. Because of this, many try to development themselves better (Brunner & Haney, 2007). IMPACT History shows just how huge an impact that the civil rights movement made for the lives of everyone. Even more it made government change the way they give rights and allow the use of them. People started enjoying life more now that they could practice their rights (Brunner & Haney, 2007). Officially the civil rights movement was accumulated and supposedly fixed by the enactment of The Civil Rights Act of 1964. Though many things were affectively changed by this, racism in the world has not fully been overcame. REFERENCES Brunner, B., & Haney, E. (2007). Civil Rights Timeline Milestones in the modern civil rights movement. Retrieved from http:// www.infoplease.com/spot/civilrightstimeline1.htm...
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