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Topic: Civil Rights Movement

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  Civil Rights Time Line    Movement  
  Civil    Office of Civil Rights  
  Women's Rights Movement    Civil rights activist Best Picture  
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  Civil Rights Act    Civil Rights Act of 1964  


 
 
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The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:Martin Luther King,  Gandhi,  Nelson Mandela
Personality:Nostalgic
Politics:Feminist,  Gay activism,  Socialist
Favorite artist(s):Andy Warhol
Favorite author(s):Alice Walker
Favorite era(s):1960s,  1950s,  1970s
Favorite religious figure(s):Malcolm X
Likes to wear:Sixties
Favorite political figure(s):Mohandas Gandhi
Membership(s):Klu Klux Klan
Favorite quote(s):"He is one of those people who would be enormously improved by death." - H. H. Munro (Saki) (1870-1916)
 
 
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Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s forced federal and state governments to remove the shackles of legal segregation and to give blacks in the southern states access to the ballot box.
He was part of the Civil Rights Movement during the 60's where he participated in peaceful marches and demonstrations throughout the United States with Dr.
The Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and '60s led to the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which outlawed discrimination and segregation in voting, education, and the use of public facilities.
John Carthy,
Gun Shop Sales Assistant

This movement was started by Coach Bill McCartney, who also spear-headed the Amendment 2 initiative in Colorado that would have denied civil rights to gay people.
Here there is a kind of freedom movement not altogether unlike the original civil-rights movement in which democratic principles were also used to break up a racialist hegemony.
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

Dart was a leader in the disability rights movement for three decades and had received the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his work in civil rights.
Not even the Civil Rights movement and the Viet Nam War and their protests made all this clear for me.
The Civil Rights Movement At the end of World War II, black Americans were poised to make far-reaching demands to end racism.
David Rosenberg,
Dermatologist

The civil rights movement must continue today as immigrants, especially Arabs and Arab look-alikes are victims of prejudice.
Mark Harris,
Priest

During the heyday of the civil rights movement the ministers in the Nation of Islam temples would point out that the most segregated institution in this country was the Christian church.
Bob Greenberg,
Congressional Candidate

She argues that the civil rights movement postponed social welfare programs and shaped how they would be implemented.
The national civil-rights movement secured equal employment opportunity for African Americans just at the time when many Cleveland firms were laying people off.
 
 
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lena
2004-12-02 20:44:47
what was it like to practice civil disobedience during the civil rights movement?
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why did the civil rights movement culmin
2005-02-09 22:03:27
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