Chapters 21 & Chapter 23 sections 1 & 2 The Civil Rights ...
Chapter 21 & Chapter 23 sections 1 & 2 The Civil Rights Movement (1954 - 1969) & Impact on Other Minority Groups (1960s - 1970s) I. What are Civil Rights? (p. 700 701)
A. rights of personal liberty guaranteed to U.S. citizens by the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments and acts of Congress http://totallyhistory.com/list-of-27-amendments-to-the-u-s-constitution/ What are Civil Rights & how were African Americans being denied their Civil Rights?
B.Amendments denied to African Americans (primarily in South) 1. 14th Amendment a. Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) (1). separate but equal (2). led to Jim Crow Laws / de jure segregation http://www.pbs.org/wnet/jimcrow/themap/index.html 2. 15th Amendment a. legally - poll tax, literacy test b. illegally threats, physical violence http://www.pbs.org/wnet/jimcrow/tools_voting.html
What groups tried to gain Civil Rights for African Americans and how did they try to get them? II. Civil Rights organizations (p. 702 707; 719 721)) A. used the court system 1. NAACP Thurgood Marshall; Brown
v. Board of Education (1954) B. used nonviolence; examples? 1. CORE James Farmer 2. SCLC Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 3. SNCC Ella Baker; student led (Diane Nash, John Lewis, etc.) C. more militant organizations 1. North de facto segregation & economic inequality 2. blacks separate from white society / armed self-defense
a. Nation of Islam Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X (changed) b. SNCC after 1965 Stokely Carmichael / Black Power 3. political party / fight police brutality in ghettos a. Black Panthers Huey Newton, Bobby Seale 1968 Olympic Games Mexico City, Mexico
What were some key events in the Civil Rights Movement? III.Key events (p. 703- 722 & Eyes on the Prize) (Not listed chronologically on this slide!) Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Assassination of Malcolm X Bloody Sunday (1st attempt Selma to Montgomery) Bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church
Childrens March in Birmingham Creation of the Mississippi Freedom Democrat Party Freedom Riders Freedom Summer Investigation of the Kerner Commission Nashville sit-ins / Nashville march James Meredith / college Letter from a Birmingham Jail Little Rock Nine / high school March from Selma to Montgomery (2nd attempt / completed)
March on Washington Montgomery Bus Boycott Murder of Emmett Till Murder of Goodman, Chaney, and Schwerner Murder of Medgar Evers Ruby Bridges / first grade Sit-in in Greensboro, North Carolina Watts Riot Directions & Rubric for Civil Rights
Timeline pick 9 of the key events from the previous slide put the events in chronological order on your timeline; each event should have the date and name of the event with a relevant picture on the front of the timeline; you will also have a more detailed description of the event; the more detailed description will only be visible on your timeline when you print your timeline 18 pts. for the 9 events (2 pts. each; 1 pt. for the picture and 1 pt. for the description) & 2 pts. for events being in
chronological order; 20 pts. total for your checklist Link to Create Time Line http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/timeline_2/ Directions to Make Timeline Your Name: your first and last name Project Title: Civil Rights Timeline ____________________________________________ Label: the date of the event; be as specific as possible
Short Description: the name of your event from the list of choices Full Description: more detailed explanation of your event; use good sources to get your information Choose Image: upload a relevant picture that you saved on your school account When Finished Making Timeline click on FINISH, print out your timeline, and turn it in with your checklist
if you want to save your timeline (in case you lose your printed copy before you turn in your checklist) see the directions on the next slide for what to do (you are not going to actually save your timeline; you email it to your school email; you can access your timeline that way and print out another copy if you need to; all of this is explained on the next slide) VERY IMPORTANT . . . But I didnt finish & need to work on it later?!?
click on the SAVE button at the top you will have the option to SAVE or SEND click on SEND and email it to your school email; do not click on SAVE . . . it saves your timeline as a rwt file (which will only open unless a program to open rwt files is installed on your computer) when you receive the email it will give you a link to access your timeline; at the top of the page choose OPEN; find your timeline, open it, and add the rest of your information
when you are finished see the previous slide for printing out your timeline; remember if you are still not finished you need to repeat the process of sending your timeline to your email again What was the impact of the Civil Rights Movement on the United States?
IV. Impact (p. 714 - 716, 722 723, & 768 780) A. end of de jure segregation; de facto? B. Legislation 1. Civil Rights Act of 1964 2. Voting Rights Act of 1965 (poll tax 24th Amendment 1964) 3. Civil Rights Act of 1968 4. affirmative action C. inspired other minority groups 1. Latinos a. equal opportunity & respect for culture b. Csar Chvez / United Farm Workers Organizing Committee (UFWOC)
2. Native Americans a. more autonomy b. won land back or cash settlement 3. women a. equality / feminism b. Betty Friedan / The Feminine Mystique (1963) c. Gloria Steinem / Ms. Magazine http://www.msmagazine.com/
d. Roe v. Wade (1973) e. Equal Rights Amendment / Phyllis Schlafly Critical Thinking How do you see what we are studying now as a consequence of prior events & is there relevance to today? Civil Rights Music
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