Liberty and Rights vs. Law and Order


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  • Liberty and Rights vs. Law and Order
  • Bloody Sunday
  • Liberty and Rights vs. Law and Order
  • Liberty and Rights vs. Law and Order
  • March 7, 1965- Peaceful civil rights marchers were led by John Lewis, but eventually the demonstrators were told to disband at once and go home. The marchers tried to speak to the officers, but were told there was nothing to discuss. Seconds later, the troopers began violently attacking the protesters. 
  • Emmett Till, a black 14-year-old from Chicago, was found dead and beaten at the bottom of the Tallahatchie River in Mississippi. Despite witness evidence, the two white defendants were found not guilty, and even confessed to the murder a few months later. 
  • The sit-ins planned by the protesters led to violence against them in many cases. Local law enforcement and authorities were absent on the scenes until beatings had subsided, at which time they would threaten, beat, and arrest the peaceful protesters. Even then, most who took part in the protests were not granted fair, individual trials.
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