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Using the textbook and the following resources, trace the development of the Civil Rights Movement from the Brown v. Board decision to the Black Power Movement. Make sure to present a thesis at the beginning of your essay:
Address the following questions in your essay:
Essay should be minimum of 700 words. Use MLA style for use of sources and citations.
Civil Rights Movement From The Brown V. Board Decision To The Black Power Movement
Length: 4 pages (1086 Words)
Civil Rights Movement from the Brown v. Board decision to the Black Power Movement
When people with a common interest unite to a group, they are likely to accomplish immersive impact. During the earliest years of European invasion in the North America, there were activities of slavery and oppression of the black people by the whites. This issue led to the emergence of a civil right movement, also known as African-American movement that entailed social movements in the United States. These social movements were aimed at ending racial discrimination and human oppression against the African American citizens. The civil rights movement had an objective of ensuring that the African American citizens were legally recognized and that their rights as human beings and citizens of the state were protected by the constitution and the federal law.
The Brown v. Board of Education came to be in 1954. Before, in 1951, there were continuous protests by black students in Virginia because of their unequal status in the state's educational system. These protests were discouraged by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People who tried to persuade the students into backing out of protesting against the Jim Crow laws of school segregation.