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They called this campaign ___________________________________ ______________________________________ of 1965- Gave the federal government the power to force local officials to allow African Americans to register to vote Other Voices _______________________________- a leader in the Nation of Islam Did not share MLK’s nonviolent integration goal of civil rights He wanted African Americans to separate themselves from whites _______________________________________ Shared a more radical approach to civil rights Became leader of the SNCC Advanced the idea of Black Power Philosophy of racial pride that said African Americans should create their own culture and political institutions
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_________________________________- a large number of African Americans in urban areas felt frustrated about poverty, unemployment, and growing tension with urban police In the summer of 1965 a week of rioting in the ___________ section of _____________________ left 34 dead and much of Watts destroyed. National Guard troops were called in to end the uprising This was the first in a series of riots that hit cities in the summers of 1965, 1966, and 1967 Women’s Rights In 1966 feminists created the National Organization for Women (________________) Fought for _________________________ for women in all aspects of life. Including jobs, education, and marriage Successes included Ending gender specific classified ads Requiring flight attendants to retire at age 32 In 1981 President Ronald Reagan appointed ________________________________ as the first female justice on the _________________________________
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