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  • black power!
  • End violence!!
  • Obama for president!
  • Thank you for voting!
  • Vote for Obama
  • Give us freedom!
  • Black power!!
  • Black Lives Matter Movement This event happened on July 13, 2013. Tons of African Americans protested to end police brutality, to get end violence and racism towards black people. Lastly to get a clear point to what is happening to black communities everywhere. This was the black lives matter Movement
  • Do not ride this bus!
  • Why I didn't do anything!!
  • Barack Obama CampaignThe Barack Obama Campaign was founded in 2008 when Obama became the first African American president ever, he won more votes than any other president ever. Obama gave back to every skin color and he changed history forever.
  • Get Out!!
  • Million Man MarchThe Million Man March took place on October 16, 1995. Louis Farrakhan. This was by far one of the biggest protests ever. This was held at the National Mall, this was sought to use the event as a public campaign. This also caused a confilct size between march organizers and park services officials.
  • Black POwer!
  • Freedom for us
  • Montgomery Bus BoycottThe Montgomery Bus Boycott started December 5, 1955 and ended December 20, 1956. Martian Luther King jr was highly involved. This was a civil right's protest, African Americans refused to ride city buses in Montgomery.
  • The sit In MovementThe Sit- in Movement happened February 1, 1960. Students from the south and north were involved, including Stockly Carmichel and Fannie Lou Hammer. This was a very violet time and African American's were beat and sent to jail for nothing. This was a new era for the Civil Rights movement.
  • March On Washington March on Washington was by far one of the biggest gathering ever, over 250,000 people came. The Big Six was there and they gathered by the Lincoln Memorial. African American were fighting for freedom, the right to vote and the same job opportunitys as white people. This joined people together.
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