Civil rights timeline

Civil rights timeline

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  • Brown v. Board  Education (1954)
  • Finally, I can come here!!
  • Sit-ins/Boycotts(1960)
  • Never!!! not until we have JUSTICE!!
  • I have a dream speech (1963)
  • I have a dream...
  • The Brown v. Board allowed black children to go to the same schools, even though hat back then black children and caucasian children were seperated in schools.
  • The 24th Amendment was signed (1964)
  • 24th Amendment ..................... ...................... ..............
  • African Americans were not allowed to go in certain stores because Caucasian people  wanted African Americans separated from places  such as restaurants, pools,  water fountains, buses, etc. So, African Americans refused to move out of the seats for only for whites.
  • Justice for all!
  • Martin Luther King made the "I HAVE A DREAM"  in 1963. 250,000 people went to the event. Martin Luther's dream soon became a reality in 1964.
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  • A year later, the 24th Amendment was made. this allowed African Americans and some other people were allowed to vote without having to pay.
  • After the Amendment was signed, there were no more  segregation, there were voting rights, and Blacks and Whites were finally  together!
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