Segregation Storyboard

Segregation Storyboard

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  • The ruling of separate but equal facilities by the Supreme Court in 1896 created tension between the two races.
  • Blacks
  • Why is he here?
  • Whites
  • The signing of executive order 9981 by President Truman in 1948 allowed for the integration of the armed forces.
  • Since when were they allowed to fight for our country?
  • The bus boycott in response to Rosa Parks' refusal to give up her seat in 1955 was the first major demonstration of the civil rights movement.
  • Blacks
  • Blacks
  • The Little Rock Central High School board voted for integration in 1957 after a long and hard battle from the community against the inclusion of blacks into their schools, thereby forcing the temporary closure of the public schools.
  • Little Rock Central High School
  • The 1963 March on Washington served to pressure John F. Kennedy into strengthening the current civil rights bills in congress.
  • "I Have a Dream!"
  • The signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was the act that served to end all segregation of public facilities.
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