Hello, and welcome to our new Desegregated class / school
BROWN vs Board Of Education Decision
Desegregated schools are cool !!!
Montgomery Bus Boycott Began...
Desegregate the bus
We refuse to be treated unequal on the buses
we deserve front seats too
Freedom Riders / Lunch Counter Sit Ins
We Aint Movin til we served sir
boys yall cant eat here
In 1954 The Supreme Court ruled out segregation among schools, and now it is okay for both races to attend the same schools.
March on Washington
If we march together we can do anything together
In 1955 Dr Martin Luther King Jr was elected to be the Leader of the Civil Rights Movement, and he appointed Rosa Parks to not give up her seat on the bus, after this she was then arrested. After that the 383 day Bus Boycott Began.
Selma Alabama March
WE HAVE THE RIGHT TO VOTE SO WERE GONNA VOTE
During the 1960's This was one of many ways people peacefully protested. During Sit Ins African American Men and Women would go to white diners and sit there until they were served or until the police was called to escort them all.
Voting Rights Act of 1965
i'm Trying My Best To Make sure you all can go in and vote without any problems
On August 28, 1963 over 250 thousand people ( both black & white ) marched in Washington D.C, and they were demanding the passage of the Federal Civil Rights Bill.
On March 17, 1965 African Americans Marched from Selma to Montgomery to Peacefully protest their right to vote, and President Lyndon Johnson addressed a joint session of Congress calling for federal voting rights legislation to protect the African American protesters.
In 1965 President Johnson responded to some of the things that were going on in his country by asking congress to pass a new and improved voting right law for the African Americans who would get turned away in certain racist states. The law eliminated state discrimination.