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Civil Rights

Civil Rights Part #2

TermDefinition
Indian Reservations Land given to Native Americans, where they are given certain freedoms to govern themselves.
Apartheid A South African policy or system of segregation and discrimination on grounds of race.
Migrant Worker A person who moves from place to place to get work, especially a farm laborer who harvests crops seasonally.
United Farm Workers of America (UFW) A labor union for agricultural workers, made up predominantly of Hispanic Americans; formed by Cesar Chavez in the 1960’s to improve working and living conditions for farm workers primarily in California.
American Indian Movement (AIM) A group of Native American Indians, established in 1968, to protect legal rights granted to Indian tribes by treaties, such as conditions on reservations, land rights, and educational access. The group also promotes Native American culture.
Immigration Act of 1965 Legislation that allowed more individuals from Asia, Africa and Latin America to enter the United States.
Genocide Violent crimes against an ethnic, religious, or national group to try and destroy the existence of the group.
Collective Bargaining Negotiation of wages and other working conditions or employment by an organized body of employees (Usually between a labor union and employer).
Indian Treaty An agreement between a Native American Indian Tribe and the Federal Government, on paper, by which the Native American Indians give up their land rights in return for various forms of assistance, support, relief or aid.
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) A group of Native American Indians, established in 1955, to protect legal rights granted to Indian tribes by treaties, such as conditions on reservations, land rights, and educational access. The group also promotes Native American culture.
National Organization for Women (NOW) formed in 1966 by Betty Friedan and other women’s rights activists, to promote workplace opportunities for women, support legislative proposals that grant equality to women, and bring attention to political, economic, and social causes that benefit women.
Created by: JenBeckler