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EarlyCivilRights SS

Half of the early civil rights social studies stack

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responsible for "Back to Africa" Movement Marcus garvey
supported gradual approach to civil rights, racial equality, etc. through technical job oppotunities Booker T. Washington
organized the Neighborhood Union Lugenia Hope
started Niagara Movement W.E.B. DuBois
physical violence between two or more groups of different races Atlanta Race Riot of 1906
owned several barbershops in Atlanta Alonzo Herndon
made "Atlanta Compromise" speech at Cotton States Booker T. Washington
merged local black colleges into Atlanta University Center John Hope
bought small insurance company called Atlanta Mutual Company Alonzo Herndon
"Talented Tenth" W.E.B. DuBois
helped develop NAACP DuBois
earned Ph.D. from Harvard W.E.B. DuBois
When was the Atlanta Race Riot? 1906
Created by: Tsarmina