Effects of actions of the Little Rock Nine
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One student, Elizabeth Eckford, gets separated from the others on the first day of classes and faces an angry mob alone.'1
The above actions of the Little Rock Nine had many effects on the Civil Rights Movement in the United States of America.
The Civil Rights Movement started at around 1957, and ended in the 1990's...
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A main effect was public awareness. This was brought on by the media attention the Little Rock Nine attracted, the government assistance that was sent from the Northern States, and the loss of credibility from Arkansas' actions.
Majority of the public, being aware of the situation, decided to let their voices be heard through protests...
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