Review for the Final - Review for the Final*20th century US...

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Review for the Final: *20 th century US and South Africa (Vinson’s book-relationship btwn AA’s and black South Africans during first half of 20 th century *question coming from this theme) Similarities/distinctions betweenUS Jim Crow and South African segregation; why the two black groups may have been gravitating toward one another *US/South Africa during the 2 nd half of the 20 th century: broad understanding of CRM, basic understanding of apartheid (film) Looking ath the relationship across the 20 th century between AA’s and black South Africans CRM: be clear about understanding that there are 3 distinct parts of the CRM, we tend to know 2 of them (role of the federal government-Brown v. Board and other Supreme Court jurisdictions; legislative victories-voting rights act, etc; national, charismatic leaders like MLK and iconic events like the March on Washington; tend to forget the role of grassroots activists and everyday people we don’t hear about but who were the backbone of the movement –Septima Clark, Highlander Schools, Fred Shuttlesworth, etc) role of Rosa Parks as a political activist not just a tired seamstress Joanne Robinson: professor at Alabama State University, head of Women’s Political Council-had
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