Nov 21 Notes - Civil Riights aAct, 1984 Even legal...

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Keywords Student non-violent coordinating committee Freedom summer Voting rights act 1960-62 Lunch Counter Sit-ins, 1960 (spread across the south. Starts again in north Carolina) Student non-violent coordinating Committee, 1960 1961, Freedom Rides (they were beaten In numerous places) James Meredith desegregates Old Miss, 1962 (integrate old miss university with black.) Birmingham: most violent segregated location in the South Ols Miss Resistance -Used consideracy as a banner - 1963-64 Birmingham Potest – most segregated in the South March on Washington, 1963 (I have a dream) Freedom Summer (organized by the umbrella organization.
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Unformatted text preview: Civil Riights aAct, 1984 Even legal discrimination by race and gender Survives souther insus Gender Is attenionally groups Selma Voter registration Drive in Alabama A March from Selma to Montgomery 1965 Voting Rights Act LBJ: we shall overcome. Made pull taxes and literacy tests illegal Authorize fed. Govt to act directly to enable Af-am voting (investigating voting rights/legislation) Civil Rights Movement Cracks SNCC changes tactics, not name Malcom X, Stokely Carmichael, Black Power Rgihctts...
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course HIST 104A taught by Professor Hanson during the Fall '08 term at Binghamton University.

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