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Civil rights museum

Emily Twardowski

Greensborosit- ins

Rosa Parks

Selma Marches, 1965

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Selma Marches, 1965

The people who led the Selma marches wanted to make sure that everyone, no matter their skin color, could vote. This took place in Selma, Alabama, it began March 7, 1965, and ended March 25, 1965. Many amazing and strong people led the marches, including Martin Luther King Jr. This helped change the laws and made voting fair for everyone!

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This is the first Selma march that took place on march 7, 1965 which was very violent.

This was the second Selma march, which started March 9, 1965, in this march, thousands of people joined together to peacefully protest.

This is the 3rd Selma March, the picture shows them holding hands and working together!

Rosa Parks was an amazing lady who stood up against segregation on the bus. She refused to give up her seat to a white person in Montgomery on December 1, 1955. She was tired of being pushed around all the time. Rosa parks helped bring attention to the fight for equal rights for african americans.

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Rosa Parks

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This is the empty bus that rosa parks sat in and decided to stand up for herself.

Rosa parks in jail for fighting for her rights.

The blacks protesting against segregation on the bus.

The Greensboro sit-ins were peaceful protests by African-American students in Greensboro, North Carolina on 1960. They sat at segregated lunch counters to fight for equal rights. The students that protested were the superheroes of the civil rights movement!

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Greensboro Sit-ins

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The 4 brave students who sat in the segregated restaurant.

This is what others would do to the students, but the students would remain non-violent and calm.

This is the counter that the Greensboro sit-ins took place.