American Civil Rights Movement - 2nd Block

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In History
  • Jim Crow Laws - Hughes

    The Jim Crow Laws were established.
  • marten luther king as a child, smith

    marten luther king as a child, smith
    <a // Luther King_Name_Martin Luther King_Exact&gclid=CLWK96jYzaUCFQHs7QoduAyclA' >dr. king </a>was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1929. As a child he never failed to ask discerning questions about the world around him.
  • dr. king marries Coretta Scott, smith

    dr. king marries Coretta Scott, smith
    In June 1953 king married Coretta Scott, a student at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. The follewing year , now finished with his relligous education followed in his fathers footsteps by becoming a pastor for the Drexel Avenue Baptist Church in Montgmety, Alabama
  • When the bus boycott began - Marin

    When the bus boycott began - Marin
    WHEN THE BOYCOTT BEGAN, no one expected to last long for very long time there had been boycott the buses by the black before most the Batonn Rouge ,Louisiana,in 1953 .
  • For how long was the bus boycott -Marin

    One day the boycott for 3 months later by a weeklong boycott and they still had some seats still reserved for the white and as well for the black.
  • emmett till-chavez

    emmett till-chavez
    emmett till was from chicago lllinoise visiting his relatives in the mississippi,delta region when he spoke to 21-year old carolyn bryant she married a proprietor ofa small grocery store
  • Bus Boycott -Marin

    Bus Boycott -Marin
    The Bus Boycott offically stared on Dec.1, 1955.That was the day when the block of Montgomery Albama th at they would be boycott the city bus unitl they cloud sit were ever they wanted to.
  • rosa parks-santiago

    in 1955, Rosa Parks didn't want to give her sit to a white person and she go arrested
  • emmit till- chavez

    emmit till- chavez
    A african american teenager was brutally murdered by white man while visiting relatives in missippi he was murdered for whistle at a white woman.
  • emmett till-chavez

    Emmett till was returned to chicago and his mother,who had raised him mostly by herself.insisted on public funeral service with an opan casket to show the world the brutality of the killing tens of thosands attended his funeral.
  • rosa parks - santiasgo

    rosa parks - santiasgo
    United States Court ruled that segregation was unlawful the city of Montgomery
  • First bus - Weddington

    First bus - Weddington
    The first freedom ride took place on May 4,1961 when 7 blacks and 6 whites left Washington, DC on two public buses.
  • Morther's day - Weddington

    Morther's day - Weddington
    On mothers day in 1961, Freedom riders decided to divide up into two groups to travel around Alabama.
  • Jackson, Mississppi

    "WARNINGS" from Mississppi's Ross Barnett left by bus for Jackson, Mississppi.
  • church bombing fink

    the white man was found not guilty of what he had done because his skin was white.
  • king was arrested,smith

    king was arrested,smith
    In1963 king was arrested during a rally in Birrmingham, that sought to end segregation at lunch counter. While in jail he wrote ''letter from Birrmingham jail'' , which defended his views on racial justc and nonviolence.
  • Mississippi civil right workes -Key

    Mississippi civil right workes -Key
    on june 21, 1964 three young civil rights workers ames Chaney,Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner were murderd near Philadelphia in Nashoba County , Mississippi they worked for register black voters. They want investigating the burned black church the police had arrested them on trumped up chanfes. the police had released them at night time in to the hand of Ku Klux Klan had beat them and murderd them the police was working with the Ku Klux Klan so they killed the three boys.
  • Jimmy lee jackson olbert

    Jimmy lee jackson olbert
    Jimmy lee jackson was a deacon of this nice church called st. James baptist church .In marion alabma and this in the summer of 1964
  • Jimmy lee Jackson olbert

    Jimmy lee Jackson olbert
    In 1965 jackson was inspired to selma tomontgomery marches so he kan save his people from anything so this is why him nd dr.king staert a paceful walk so they can save there people.
  • bloody sunday/williams

    bloody sunday/williams
    600 civil rights advocates were marching to montgomery, state capital, to present their gievaces through peaceful march.
  • voting act /williams

    voting act /williams the final successful march began with federal protection. on august 6, 1995, the federal voting act was passed, completing the process king had hoped for.

    ON FEbuary 18-1966 around 500 people left zion united methodist church in marion and they try to do a peaceful walk to the perry country jail watch it was half way block away because it this time it was slavery
  • rosa parks - santiago

    rosa parks - santiago
    miss parks founded the rosa and raymond parks institude for self develoment