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History 2 Pages

The Civil Rights Revolution


Essay Question:

What factors led to the emergence of the modern Civil Rights movement in the post-World War II era?

Assess the goals of the movement in late 1950s and the 1960s and its achievements by the mid-1960s? 

Examine the more militant movement of the late 1960s and what contributed to it.

Learning Outcomes:

Analyze the interrelationship of economic, social, cultural, and political change.

Analyze changing constructions of race in American history and challenges to racial discrimination.

Demonstrate an understanding of the international context of American history.

Analyze multiple causes of historical developments and events.


Title: The Civil Rights Revolution
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
Style: MLA


The Civil Rights Revolution

After the Second World War that caused much devastation to human life and property, an upsurge of movement clamoring for non-violent means of conflict resolution emerged in the 1960s. The yearning was characterized with the rampant rebellion and civil unrest. The black race in America that populous in the south United States were also emboldened to agitate for racial equality by the deed by Rosa Parks to defy the order to forfeit the woman in question seat. Her apprehension invoked the city bus boycott by the blacks in reprisal. Blacks were later allowed equal access to the bus seats as the whites. Augmented by a civil lawsuit by Brown suing the Board of Education against segregation of blacks from whites in learning institutions, Brown pronounced the judgment declaring the segregation as unconstitutional.


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