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Unit 6 test review

James Farmer Created the C.R.E.
Hector P. Garcia Founded the american GI Forum
Lyndon B. Johnson Signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Susan B. Anthony Quaker who fought for women's suffrage
Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights leader who was a supreme court Justice
African Americans 2nd largest minority group in Texas
Hispanics Expected to have the highest in crease in population through 2015
Civil Rights Act of 1964 made it illegal for public places to discriminate based on race
Poll tax tax that charged people to vote... blacks could not charge in most cases
House bill #72 origination of, "No pass, No play", rule
Maquiladoras U.S. factory's south of Mexican borders
Robin Hood plan Law passed in 1993 requiring wealthy schools to share money with poorer districts
Gilmer-Aiken Bills Laws established to improve teacher training, raise salaries, and provided textbooks to all students
Created by: chad.swann