Civil Rights Movement.
Civil Rights Movement
Although the Civil War occurred from 1861-1865, blacks still did not have the freedoms they had strived for. Nearly one hundred years later in 1960, the civil rights movement began where blacks would finally earn the equality they rightfully deserved. Many blacks put their lives on the line in order to receive justice. When the segration and discrimination became too much to handle, blacks did what was needed to be done to put an end to all of this.
The school district of Topeka may have been where the Civil Rights movement stared, although it is hard to pinpoint a c…
- Civil Rights Movement.
- Civil rights movement.
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