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English Vocab

English Vocabulary 1

TermDefinition
Civil Rights
Segregation
Integration The bringing together of racial groups, the acceptance as equals into society
freedom liberty or independence
justice the quality or state of being the same
slavery to be fair
Abolitionists the practice of owning someone that can be sold at an action (people= Property)
Underground Railroad a system of cooperation in the US before 1863 by which slaves were secretly helped out and lead to freedom in the north and Canada
Boycott refusing to do something usually to express disapproval toward a person, organization, in country
Sit-Ins
Freedom Riders people who traveled by bus to protest the unequal treatment of people on transportation
Jim Crow
granted citizenship, prohibiting the states to forbid basic rights of citizens. Blacks used the amendment to help them win freedom.
bigotry
Created by: luke.leonard