Civil Rights Movement

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American History

 

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Lauren W

 

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December 31, 2015

 

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University

 

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This attention began to force change upon society. Marches, strikes, rallies and riots were all apart of the Civil Rights Movement. Great leaders such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X were introduced and later assassinated, violence took the lives of many people young and old, all-white juries created false justice, and the superior white race began to be challenged...
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and Malcolm X were introduced and later assassinated, violence took the lives of many people young and old, all-white juries created false justice, and the superior white race began to be challenged. The most influential and well known leader of the Civil Rights Movement was Dr. Martin Luther King. He was the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Council, promoting nonviolence confrontations with the police and white majority in order to effect social change...
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