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Civil Rights Study

Freedom Rider Urged the government to enforce desegregation of interstate transportation facilities through civil disobedience
Little Rock Nine A group of African Americans students who entered Central High School protected by federal troops
Martin Luther King Jr. A pastor and Civil Rights leader awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for fighting racial inequality through nonviolence
Jim Crow Laws Prevented black citizens from receiving access to the same resources and opportunities as white citizens
Black Panther Party A controversial political organization which used violence to further its cause while also offering various social services to poor individuals
Malcolm X An African American Muslim leader assassinated by the Nation of Islam after turning away from the practice of racial separation with violence
Ruby Bridges The first African American student to integrate into an all-white Louisiana school
Brown vs. Board of Education Made segregated school unlawful
Created by: mkuhn4056