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stated separate but equal WAS constitutional

Plessy vs. Ferguson

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stated that in the field of education, separate but equal WAS NOT constitutional

Brown vs. Board of Education

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equal access to public facilities, equal access to public accommodations, moved literacy tests to a 6th grade level and created the EEOC

Civil Rights Act of 1964

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eliminated the literacy tests

Voting Rights Act of 1965

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provides citizenship

14th Amendment

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right to vote

15th Amendment

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King's organization in charge of the Birmingham March

SCLC

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organization that represented Linda Brown and Little Rock 9 and achieved change through the courts

NAACP

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in charge of the Sit Ins

SNCC

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in charge of the Freedom Rides

CORE

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advocated for the separation of the races

Black Muslims

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militant organization that assisted blacks in the ghettos

Black Panthers

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Name given to Gandhi's non-violent movement

Satyagraha

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non-violent, non-cooperation, constant persistence, economic impact, press

5 elements of Satyagraha

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catch phrase by Stokely Carmichael to promote black pride

Black Power

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tactic used by SNCC to integrate the lunch counters

Sit Ins

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tactic used by CORE to for the Supreme Court to integrate federal bussing

Freedom Rides

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March to support the proposed the Civil Rights Bill

March on Washington

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tactic used to integrate public transportation in Montgomery following Rosa Parks incident

Montgomery Bus Boycott

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101 Southern Congressional members openly denouncing Earl Warren's decision to integrate the schools

Southern Manifesto

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tactic used to promote the proposed Voting Rights Bill

Selma March

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tactic used to integrate all aspects of Birmingham segregation

Birmingham March

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children marching in Birmingham to continue the efforts started by adults

Children's March

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4 little girls die in a church bombing 18 days after the March on Washington

Birmingham Church Bombing

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speech given by King at the March on Washington

I Have A Dream

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site of rioting following a case of police brutality

Watts, CA

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baseball player who broke the color barrier in professional baseball

Jackie Robinson

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India leader who taught King the ways of non-violence

Gandhi

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leader of the Civil Rights Movement

Martin Luther King Jr.

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Supreme Court justice in the Brown vs. Board of Education case

Earl Warren

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leader of the black muslims who inspired Malcolm X

Elijah Mohammad

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the man who killed MLK

Jame Earl Ray

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Olympic athletes who raised their fist symbolizing black power while on the podium to receive their medals

Tommy Smith and John Carlos

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leader of CORE and in charge of the Freedom Rides

James Farmer

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police commissioner who ordered fire hoses and dogs on the children of Birmingham

Bull Connor

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leader of the black Muslims

Malcolm X

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only senior of the Little Rock Nine

Ernest Green

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9 students who were the first to integrate into an all white school

Little Rock Nine

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14 year old boy brutality murdered for saying Bye Baby to a white woman in Mississippi

Emmett Till

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new leader of SNCC who coined the phrase Black Power

Stokely Carmichael

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first black to integrate an all white elementary

Ruby Bridges

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attorney general who ordered federal protection for the freedom riders

Robert Kennedy

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first black cabinet member of HUD

Robert Weaver

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president during sit ins, freedom rides, Birmingham March and March on Washington

John F. Kennedy

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refused to give up her seat on the bus sparking the Montgomery Bus Boycott

Rosa Parks

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NAACP lawyer for Linda Brown and the Little Rock Nine

Thurgood Marshall

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Gov. of Arkansas who tried to stop the Little Rock Nine from entering Central High School

Orville Faubus

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ordered 101st airborne paratroopers to protect the Little Rock Nine

Eisenhower

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King's response to criticism that he is pushing too hard in Birmingham

Letter from Birmingham Jail

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eliminates the poll tax

24th Amendment

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Catholic, rich, served in both house and senate, war hero, womanizer, youngest elected president

John F. Kennedy

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gave white house tour, made famous the pill box hat, protected her children

Jackie Kennedy

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Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.

inaugural quote

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VP from Texas who took over when Kennedy was killed

Johnson

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first televised debates. First time "looks mattered"

Impact of TV

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shot JFK

Lee Harvey Oswald

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Shot Lee Harvey Oswald

Jack Ruby

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Governor of Texas who was also shot in the car in Dallas

John Connally

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Police officer shot by Oswald

JD Tippett

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filmed the Kennedy assassination

Abraham Zapruder

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closest election ever

1960 election

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Kennedy position when shot in the neck which kept him upright

Thornburn's Position

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Name to describe Kennedy's presidency

Camelot

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the way Oswald got the gun into the Texas School Book Depository

Curtain Rods

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Where many believe a second gunman was during the Kennedy assassination

Grassy Knoll

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Location of the Kennedy assassination

Dealey Plaza

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place where Oswald fired his shots from

Texas School Book Depository

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rushed with many errors done by a man who had never done one before

Autopsy

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date of the Kennedy assassination

11/22/1963

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location where Johnson was sworn into office

Air Force 1

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innocent bystander who got hit by concrete when the first bullet hit the curb

James Tague