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1950 - Page Text Content

BC: The End.

FC: The Early Civil Rights Movement

1: Segregation after World War

2: The differences between the Black and the White

3: The black and the whites had to use different water fountains

4: QUOTE: The habit of racial segregation is a vice and can be a grave sin "when the act of racial prejudice committed is a serious infraction of the law of justice or charity."

5: QUOTE: Animals, which move, have limbs and muscles. The earth does not have limbs and muscles; therefore it does not move. - Scipio Chiaramonti

7: Brown Vs. Board of Education

8: On the Page after this the first 4 pictures are of Little Rock nine, the second 4 pictures are of Montgomery Bus Boycott, the third 4 pictures are of Rosa Parks, and the last 4 pictures are of Martin Luther King Jr.

10: As early as 1849, African Americans filed suit against an educational system that mandated racial segregation, in the case of Roberts v. City of Boston.

11: Some Political cartoons on Rosa Parks

12: Some Cartoons on Martin Luther King Jr.

13: Some cartoons of Segregation

14: Some of the Propaganda

15: THREE I. C1, 2, 3, 4, 5 The New South Status of Freeman Role of African Americans Change Citizenship Civic Values/Diversity Individuals, Groups, Institutions *Civil Rights Cases (1883) Narrowing the 14th Amendment Respecting Civil Rights/Private Sector Discrimination SIX SEVENI. C5 V. C5 War’s impact on minorities The Supreme Court and the SchoolsDiversity Civic Values Constitutional PrinciplesWest Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette (1943) 1st Amendment Establishment Clause SEVEN II. C 2b, c Beginning of modern Civil Rights Movement/ School Desegregation Civic Values Change Diversity Citizenship Individuals, Groups, Institutions Constitutional Principles *Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954) Equal Protection versus States’ Right to Educate UNITSECTIONCONTENTCONCEPT/THEMES*CITED CASES/ Additional CasesCONSTITUTIONAL CONNECTIONS

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