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Civel Rights Movement

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Martin Luther King Jr was a Baptist minister and social activist who led the civil rights movement in the United States

MLK and Montgomery Bus Boycott

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Known as the mother of the CIvil Rights Movement, Rosa Parks was a member of the NAACP when she stood up to White Supremacy. She said NO when asked to give up her seat on the public bus.

After the 381 day boycott, the US Supreme Court stepped in and said bus segregation was illegal.

Shortly after the Selma Marches, the nation joined MLK on the steps of Lincoln Memorial to peacefully talk about black rights.

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MLK on steps of Lincoln Memorial

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The assassination of MLK is important to note because it demonstrates the end of a peaceful movement towards a blended society. We lost our man of reason and peace.

The Civil Rights Act helped move the nation to fully integrated with no job discrimination for color, nationality or sex.

Malcolm X helped unite the blacks. Once he left the Nation of Islam, the same party assassinated him. Black Panthers reign control through violence.Finally, after nearly 100 years, blacks can vote without restrictions.

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Malcolm X

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The Black Panthers

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MLK Events

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Montgomery Bus Boycott