• CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT, 1945–1966

    Civil Rights after World War II

                Impact of war

     

                Truman- executive order for military

     

                NAACP/ CORE

     

                Jackie Robinson

     

    The Segregated South

                Plessy v. Ferguson

     

    Brown v. Board of Education

     

    Southern Manifesto

    Crisis in Little Rock

     

    Martin Luther King and the SCLC

                Impact of Gandhi

     

                Montgomery Bus Boycotts

     

    Sit-Ins: Greensboro, Nashville, Atlanta

     

    SNCC and the “Beloved Community”

     

    The Election of 1960 and Civil Rights

     

    Freedom Rides

     

    The Albany Movement: The Limits of Protest

     

    Birmingham

     

    JFK and the March on Washington

     

    LBJ and the Civil Rights Act of 1964

     

    Mississippi Freedom Summer

     

    Malcolm X and Black Consciousness

     

    Selma and the Voting Rights Act of 1965

     

    Mexican Americans

     

    Puerto Ricans

     

    Indian Peoples

     

    Asian Americans