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Civil Rights EOC

US History STAAR EOC Vocab - Civil Rights Movement

QuestionAnswer
THE 1966 COURT CASE _____AFFECTED SOCIETY BY STATING THAT WHEN PEOPLE ARE ACCUSED OF A CRIME, THEY MUST BE READ THEIR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. Miranda v Arizona
ORVAL FABUBUS, GOVERNOR OF ARKANSAS, CHALLENGED THE AUTHORITY OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO___ SCHOOLS (LITTLE ROCK CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL). desegregate
JACKIE ROBINSON FIRST ROSE TO NATIONAL PROMINENCE WHEN HE HELPED BRING AN END TO RACIAL SEGREGATION IN MAJOR LEAGUE ____. baseball
SHIRLEY CHISHOLM OVERCAME GENDER AND RACIAL BARRIER TO BE THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMAN ELECTED TO ___. Congress
IN THE LATE 1800’S, THE SUPREME COURT DECISION IN PLESSY V. FERGUSON CREATED A LEGAL JUSTIFICATION FOR ___ LAWS. Segregation
LEGISLATION THAT WAS PASSED DURNG THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT THAT ENDED THINGS LIKE POLL TAXES, GERRYMANDERING, AND VOTER INTIMIDATION LED TO AN INCREASE IN ____ BY MINORITIES. political participation
THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 MADE ____ ILLEGAL. employer discrimination
THE ___, WHICH TOOK PLACE IN NEW YORK CITY INFLUENCED THE GROWTH OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT IN THE 1960’S. Harlem Renaissance
_______ SUPPORTED CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE, NONVIOLENT RESISTANCE, AND FOUGHT FOR DESEGREGATION. MLK Jr
W.E.B. DUBOIS HELPED FORM THE _____, WHICH WAS AN EARLY CIVIL RIGHTS GROUP. NAACP
THE ______ IN THE SOUTH ENFORCED SEGREGATION AND MADE IT SO AFRICAN AMERICANS WERE DENIED EQUAL RIGHTS. Jim Crow Laws
THE GOVERNMENTAL ACTION THAT WAS INTENDED TO ENSURE AFRICAN AMERICANS COULD EXERCISE THEIR FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS WAS THE PASSAGE OF THE ______. Voting Rights Act of 1965
______ WAS THE PRESIDENT WHO MET WITH THE NAACP TO DESEGREGATE THE ARMED FORCES. Harry Truman
ROSA PARK’S REFUSAL TO GIVE UP HER SEAT ON THE BUS WAS AN EXAMPLE OF ______. civil disobedience
MALCOLM X TOOK A MORE MILITANT APPROACH TO GAIN EQUALITY AMONG AFRICAN AMERICANS AND THE GROUP THAT SUPPORTED HIM WAS THE ______. Black Panthers
AFTER ROSA PARKS REFUSED TO GIVE UP HER SEAT ON THE BUS, THE ______ OCCURRED WHICH LASTED MORE THAN A YEAR AND PROTESTED SEGREGATION ON PUBLIC TRANSPORATION. Montgomery Bus Boycott
MARTIN LUTHER KING’S “I HAVE A DREAM” SPEECH MADE DURING THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON IN 1963, TRIED TO CAMPAIGN FOR THE identity of the United States to become more ___. Inclusive
The main result of the protests and boycotts from the Civil Rights Movement was the expansion of political and economic opportunities for _____ citizens. minority
President Eisenhower used federal troops in little rock, Arkansas to enforce court decisions like _________ (1954) which voted to desegregate public schools. Brown v Board of Education
John F. Kennedy passed an executive order that would promote _________ practices in government agencies. Fair employment
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