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UShist 10.1 & 2

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Rosa Parks did not give up her seat to a white person leading to a bus boycott
Earl Warren Chief justice of the Supreme Court from 1953-1969
Martin Luther King, Jr. founder and first president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
nonviolent protesters allowed themselves to be attacked by violent white opposition to increase pressure to change
reconstruction During the late 1800s, the Supreme Court reversed many civil rights that African Americans had gained during:
Montgomery, AL Where a bus boycott was held in 1954
Little Rock, AR The army was called here in 1957 to protect nine black students attending Central High School
14th Amendment guarantees all citizens the equal protection of the law.
Plessy v. Ferguson established the "separate but equal" doctrine that allowed legal segregation.
Brown v. Board of Education ruled that "in the field of education, separate is inherently unequal."
sit-in type of protest where blacks used the white-only lunch counters to prove a point.
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