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PALS Civil Rights 2

PALS Civil Rights Movvement 2

Georgia governor who supported white primaries; expanded the school year to 9 months, and opposed the integration of Georgia’s schools. Herman Talmadge
Student organization founded to help black citizens register to vote and led protests, sit-ins, and boycotts of businesses that would not serve blacks. SNCC (Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee)
committee that studied the problem of integration after Brown v. Board of Education and discovered most Georgians would rather close schools than integrate. Sibley Commission
He delivered the “I Have A Dream” speech at the March on Washington in 1963 and was assassinated by James Earl Ray in 1968. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Desegregation movement that led by Dr. William Anderson, that challenged segregation; began in Albany, Georgia through the work of the SNCC, the NAACP and local activists. Albany Movement
Why was Georgia considered a "one party" state? Democrats ruled the state.
The Atlanta Braves, Hawks, and Falcons are all examples of this; provide additional tax money (revenue) for Atlanta, GA. Major League Sports
first GA governor to serve a four year term of office and gave 18 year old citizens the right to vote. Ellis Arnall
Four major transportation systems in GA Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Deepwater Ports, Interstate Highway System, Railroads
location of Georgia's deepwater ports Savannah and Brunswick
The “Three Governors” controversy began as a result of this election 1946 Governor's race
U.S. Supreme Court case/decision that ruled that segregation to be unconstitutional Brown v Board of Education
Only U.S. president from Georgia Jimmy Carter
Created by: rbcawthon
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