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Ida B. Wells: Who A black women editor and founding member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Ida B. Wells: What Wrote pamphlets and spoke at lectures about the horror of lynching to a large national and international audience
Ida B. Wells: Why Ida decided to bring awareness to lynching after her friend's had been murdered and lynched because of their successful grocery store business.
Ida B. Wells: When Campaign began in 1892
Ida B. Wells: Where in the South
Ida B. Wells: Significants She concluded that lynching served "as an excuse to get rid of Negroes who were acquiring wealth and property and thus keep the race terrorized." ANTI LYNCHING EDITOR
Plessy vs. Ferguson: Who Homer Plessy, was born a free person 1/8 black 7/8 whiter. Was considered black on the train
Plessy vs. Ferguson: What Passenger Homer Plessy boared a train in Louisiabna that was for white people only. refused to sit in a Jim Crow car, the back cold of a train. He was arrested and jailed.
Plessy vs. Ferguson: When 1890 Law for “equal but separate accommodations for the white and colored races” on its railroads. 1892 Accident occcured 1896 Supreme Court case
Plessy vs. Ferguson: Where Case came from Louisiana Court was in New Orleans
Plessy vs. Ferguson: Why Supreme Court supported "separate but equal" but the Constitution recognizes “no superior, dominant, ruling class of citizens.”
Plessy vs. Ferguson: Significants It upheld state racial segregation laws for public facilities under the doctrine of "separate but equal".
Jim Crow: Who In the early 1830s, the white actor Thomas Dartmouth “Daddy” Rice was propelled to stardom for performing minstrel routines as the fictional “Jim Crow,” a caricature of a clumsy, dimwitted black slave
Jim Crow: What Example of a few laws: Marriages between whites with "Negroes," were illegal School segregation African American and white families could not be living in the same home Ect....
Jim Crow: Why Whites felt a need to gain more control and in the Southern States various laws of racial segregation were passed to focus against the black sectors, laws restricted freedom for African Americans
Jim Crow: When 1837, but laws were more enforced between the end of Reconstruction in 1877 and the beginning of the civil rights movement in the 1950s
Jim Crow: Where Southern Democrats
Jim Crow: Significants In 1875, the Enforcement Act, or the Civil Rights Act of 1875 was passed by 'Radical Republicans' in an effort to end Jim Crow laws. However, it was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court
Juan Cortina: Who a wealthy Mexican cattle-rancher and a political boss for the South Texas Democratic Party
Juan Cortina: What Cortina would releas Mexicans whom he felt had been unfairly imprisoned, and executed four Anglos who had killed Mexicans but hadn't been punished
Juan Cortina: When July 13, 1859
Juan Cortina: Where Brownsville
Juan Cortina: Why Cortina witnessed an Anglo city marshal pistol-whipping one of his former family employees he demanded that the marshal stop and he refused. Cortina shot him in the shoulder, took his former servant up onto his horse, and fled.
Juan Cortina: Significants Militant resistance to Anglo racism
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Who King Jr. was a Baptist minister and social activist, who led the Civil Rights Movement in the United States with peaceful protest
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. What He was the driving force behind watershed events such as the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the March on Washington, which helped bring about such landmark legislation as the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. When 1950
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Where Washington DC
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Why Activists coordinated a bus boycott that would continue for 381 days, placing a severe economic strain on the public transit system and downtown business owners. They chose Martin Luther King Jr. as the protest’s leader and official spokesman.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Significants August 1960 Congress passed the Voting Rights Act, which guaranteed the right to vote–first awarded by the 15th Amendment–to all African Americans.
W.E.D Du Boisi: Who a leading African-American sociologist, writer, activist, earned fame for the publication of such works as Souls of Black Folk, and co-founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
W.E.D Du Bois: What first African American to earn a Ph.D. from Harvard University
W.E.D Du Bois: When 1903, Du Bois published his seminal work, The Souls of Black Folk, a collection of 14 essays 1909, he co-founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and served as editor of its monthly magazine,
W.E.D Du Bois: Where Nashville, Tennessee, to attend Fisk University. It was there that he first encountered Jim Crow laws.
W.E.D Du Bois: Why University. Du Bois wrote extensively and was the best known spokesperson for African-American rights during the first half of the 20th century
W.E.D Du Bois: Significants W.E.B. Du Bois publicly opposed Booker T. Washington's "Atlanta Compromise," Du Bois criticized Washington for not demanding equality for African Americans, as granted by the 14th Amendment supported women's rights
Booker T. Washington: Who Born a slave on a Virginia farm, founded the Tuskegee Institute, a black school in Alabama devoted to training teachers
Booker T. Washington: What He also founded the National Negro Business League in 1900
Booker T. Washington: When 1900's
Booker T. Washington: Where Hampton Institute
Booker T. Washington: Significants Washington insisted that industrial education would enable them to lift themselves up by their bootstraps and escape the trap of sharecropping and debt
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