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FC: civil rights & cold war time line Tatiana T'keya Maree Lavette Drey Lee Coats

1: Little Rock Nine 1957 | Who- Ernest Green, Elizabeth Eckford, Jefferson Thomas, Dr. Terrance Roberts, Carlotta Walls Lanier, Minnijean Brown Trickey, Gloria Ray Karlmark, Thelma Mothershed -Wair, & Melba Pattillo beals. What-On September 25, 1957, nine black high school students in Little Rock, Ark., faced an angry, violent crowd as they entered the all-white Central High School Where- Little Rock, Arkansas When- September 23, 1957 Why-yes, it change society somewhat . Started blacks going to segregated schools..

2: Sit-Ins 1960

3: Sit-ins 1960 | who-Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, David Richmond, and Ezell Blair, Jr | what- Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, David Richmond, and Ezell Blair, Jr., in Greensboro, North Carolina, went to a lunch counter and asked to be served knowing they probably would not be served.While they sat at the counter white people would throw drinks on them, throw food, pour ketchup and mustard and let out there cigarettes on there heads. The four freshmen at the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College were black, and this lunch counter was segregated.When they were forced to leave when the store closed, they still had not been served. where- Greensboro, NorthCaralina when-February 1,1965 why- The AfricanAmericans wanted to have equal rights with the whites.

4: SNCC 1960

5: SNCC 1960 | Who- John Lewis, Julian Bond, Fannie Lou Hammer, Bob Moses, Ella Baker & Stokeley Carmichael . What- A group of young black college students from North Carolina to coordinate other students into nonviolent protests against lunch counter segregation. Where- Mississippi When- February 1, 1960 Why- to stop segregation in lunch counters.

6: Bay of Pigs 1961

7: Bay of pigs 1961 | Who- United states & Cuba what-1400 Cuban exiles launched what became a botched invasion at the Bay of Pigs on the south coast of Cuba. where-Cuba when- April 17, 1961 why- it was intended to provoke popularity for an uprising.

8: Berlin Wall 1961

9: Berlin Wall 1961 | Who-President Ronald Reagan, President J.F.Kennedy, Nititka Kruschev, and Mikhail Gorbachev & President Trumen. What--the berlin wall was a barrier constructed by the German Democratic Republic. Where- Berlin, Germany When- August 13, 1961 Why- to separate east and west Germany.

10: Freedom riders 1961

11: Freedom riders 1961 | Who- Stokely Carmichael, James L. Farmer, Jr., Bob Filner, John Lewis, William Mahoney, Wally Nelson,James Peck, Ruby Doris Smith-Robinson, Diane Nash & James Zwerg. What- Wanted to defy the Jim crow laws and wanted laws to change. Where- left Washington to go South. When- May 4, 1961 Why- wanted rights for blacks in the South.

12: Cuban Missile Crisis 1962

13: Cuban Missile Crisis 1962 | Who- U.s., Soviet Union, Cuba, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro. What- confrontation between Soviet Union, Cuba and United states. Where- Cuba When- October 14, 1962 Why-

14: Integration of Ole Miss 1962

15: Integration of Ole Miss 1962 | Who- James Meredith What- Became the first black student at the University of Mississippi. Where- Mississippi When- October 1, 1962 Why- so he can be educated like everyone else regardless of skin color.

16: Birmingham Protests 1963

17: Birmingham Protests 1963 | Who- High school students What- Non-violent protests led b Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Where- Birmingham, Alabama When- April 3, 1963 Why- They wanted to bring attention to how blacks ere being treated in Birmingham.

18: March on Washington 1963

19: March on Washington 1963 | Who- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. What- He gave his famous I have a Dream Speech. Where- Washington When- August 28, 1963 Why- to promote civil rights and the equality of African Americans.

20: Civil Rights Act 1964

21: Civil Rights Act 1964 | Who- John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, what-was a landmark piece of legislation in the United States that outlawed unequal application of voter registration requirements and racial segregation in schools, at the workplace and by facilities that served the general public Where-Mississippi when- August 6, 1964 Why-outlaw discrimination against blacks and women, also racial segregation.

22: Freedom Summer 1964

23: Freedom Summer 1964 | Who- People of the south. What- helped gain the passage of the Civil Rights Act Where- Mississippi When- June 20. 1964 Why- to register blacks in the south to vote.

24: 24th Amendment 1964

25: Who- What- Ends poll tax in federal elections Where- When- January 23, 1964 Why- abolish poll tax | 24th Amendment 1964

26: March to Selma 1965

27: March to Selma 1965 | Who- C. T. Vivian, Martin Luther King Jr. & Civil Rights Marchers What- marched from Selma to Montgomery. Where- Selma to Montgomery Alabama When- March 7, 1965 Why- Marched for voting rights.

28: Voting rights act 1965

29: Voting Rights Act 1965 | Who- president Johnson Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. What- passed voting demonstration in Selma Where- Selma When- March 15, 1965 Why- blacks can vote

30: Black Panthers 1966

31: Black Panthers 1966 | Who- Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton What- Self defense party Where- Oakland California When- October 15, 1966 Why-

32: Vietnam War 1966

33: Vietnam War 1966 | Who- U.S. Vietnam S.U. etc. What- war between north & south Vietnam. Where- Vietnam When-July 1966 Why-

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