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Team 4 CHS 7

Final Exam Review 7

The name of the movement in which African Americans are fighting for equal rights. Civil Rights Movement
This term means non-violent protest. civil disobedience
A non-violent leader for equality was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
She was arrested for not giving up her seat on the bus. Rosa Parks
A form of protest in which one does not buy a product or use a service is called a boycott
This term means to separate segregate
This term means to mix integrate
The Supreme Court case with the verdict "Separate but equal is legal." Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
The Supreme Court case which reversed "Separate but equal is legal." Brown v. Board of Education (1954)
List three examples of non-violent protest speeches, marches, freedom rides, rallies, boycotts, sit-ins
One of the most famous speeches given during the fight for equality was "I have a dream.."
A form of protest in which you occupy white-only restaurants and refuse to leave until you are served is called a lunch counter sit-in
The most famous boycott during the struggle for equality was Montgomery Bus Boycott
Civil Rights Leader who was a Muslim. Malcolm X
What was the name of the famous bus boycott during the Civil Rights Movement? Montgomery Bus Boycott
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