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Civil Rights

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Civil Rights rights that every person should have regardless of race, religion, or gender
Jim Crow Laws Laws that discriminated against African Americans by not allowing them to use the same facilities as white Americans
Boycott to refuse to buy, use, or participate in something as a form of protest
Racism The belief that some races are better than others or to treat people poorly because of their race or skin color
Freedom Ride a ride made by civil rights workers through the southern United States to see if public facilities are desegragated
Desegregation Allowing people from different races to use the same facilities
discrimination unfairly treating a person or group of people differently from other people or groups
sit-in A protest in which people sit in a certain place and refuse to leave until they are given what they want
prejudice To form a judgement or opinion about a group of people without reason or knowledge of the group
segregation A policy that forced people of different races to stay separated
Constitutional Rights Rights guaranteed to everyone who is a citizen of the United States
Created by: tweettut