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Great Depression, and focused on what historians call the "3 Rs": Relief, Recovery, and Reform. That is Relief for the unemployed and poor; Recovery of the economy to normal levels; and Reform
of the financial system to prevent a depression. Vocabulary Civil rights legislation – legal protection for basic human rights and from discrimination of those rights based on physical or mental differences Conservative – a political view favoring limited government size and expenditures and caution in making changes Desegregation – ending the customary or enforced separation of ethnic or racial groups in public places Discrimination – unfair treatment of a person or group based on physical or mental characteristics Disproportionate – unequal or out of proportion in quantity, shape, or size Domestic policies – laws and programs that affect people within a country Federal debt – the total amount of spending over budget of the national government over the years Liberal – political view favoring government action & spending to improve society and embrace change Migrant laborer – a worker who moves from place to place seeking work, usually referring to movement according to the seasons in farming work Poverty rate – the portion of a population living below an official level of income determined to be necessary for meeting basic needs Social welfare programs – government initiative to protect citizens from economic risk and insecurity Unconstitutional – not allowed by or against the ideas and principles of the Constitution Module 7 – 7.02: Peace or Power? The Big Ideas Who were some of the leaders involved with the NAACP? W.E.B. DuBois, Medgar Evers, Charles Hamilton Houston, Myrlie Evers-Williams, Oscar Micheaux, James Weldon Johnson, Harry T. and Harriette Moore, Mary White Ovington What were the reactions to the Freedom Rides?
Briefly describe the impact of Martin Luther King, Jr. on the Civil Rights Movement. Martin Luther King , Jr . was a well-known civil rights leader and activist who had a great deal of influence American society in the 1950s and 1960s. His strong belief in nonviolent protest helped set the tone of the movement . Being an advocate for nonviolent protest in the Memphis sanitation worker strike. on
What was “Black Power” and how was it a change from the ideas and actions of earlier civil rights groups?
Black Power is a political slogan and a name for various associated ideologies aimed at achieving self-determination for people of African descent. It is used by African Americans in the United States .

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