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Unit 7 Lesson 1 CA 2

Social Movements

__________ delivered his famous speech “I Have a Dream” on the second day of the March on Washington in 1963. Martin Luther King, Jr.
________________ supported self-defense against violence instead of civil disobedience. Malcolm X
The _____________ emerged in response to police brutality and urged violent resistance. Black Panther Party
The __________________ was responsible for enforcing the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act to protect threatened or endangered species. Environmental Protection Agency
A 3-day Music and Art Festival in 1969 was known as _______. Woodstock
The ___________ outlawed discrimination based on race, religion, national origin, and gender. Civil Rights Act of 1964
The ___________ made poll taxes illegal. Voting Rights Act of 1965
__________ was the best known musical artist during the 1950's. Elvis Pressley
___________ wrote The Feminine Mystique in 1963 after finding that women were living “lives of quiet desperation.” Betty Freidan
Some women wanted the __________ to be added to the Constitution. Equal Rights Amendment
__________ started the Ms. Magazine as well as the National Women’s Political Caucus. Gloria Steinam
Cesar Chavez started the _____ and the National Farm Workers Association. Mexican-American Labor Movement
___________ pushed for equal treatment of American Indians. American Indian Movement
An example of ___________was the Greensboro, NC sit-in at the Woolworth’s store lunch counter. civil disobedience
_____________ means to protest without violence. Civil disobedience
____________ was arrested because she refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus. Rosa Parks
The process of ending segregation is known as _________________ segregation. integration
Brown v. Board of Education is an example of ___________. de jure segregation
The social movement that wanted equality for all races was known as ________. the Civil Rights Movement
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