Chapter 18 Study Guide: Civil Rights                                                                                                                                                                        Name________________________

WWII--- Civil Rights

 

 

 

 

Rosa Parks

NAACP

Plessy v. Ferguson

Separate but Equal

Defacto

 

De jure

 

 

Norris v Alabama

 

Morgan v. Virginia

Sweat v. Painter

 

Shelley v. Kraemer

New Political power

CORE

Sit ins

Thurgood Marshall

Brown V. Board of Education

 

 

 

Chief Justice Earl Warren

Southern Manifesto

 

 

 

 

Montgomery Bus Boycott

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

SCLC

President Eisenhower-civil rights

Little Rock Arkansas

 

 

 

Gov Faubus

 

 

101st Airborne

 

 

Civil Rights Act of 1957

 

 

Senator Lyndon Johnson

Sit in Movement

 

 

SNCC

Jesse Jackson

 

 

John Lewis

Marion Berry

 

 

Diane Nash

Albany, Georgia

 

 

Greensboro, North Carolina

 

 

Nashville, Tenn.

 

 

Raleigh, North Carolina

Freedom Riders

Birmingham, Alabama

Bull Connor

President John F Kennedy

Robert Kennedy

CEEO

Justice Department takes action

James Farmer

 

 

 

James Meredith

 

 

 

More Violence in Birmingham

March On Washington

“I have a dream”

Civil Rights Act of 1964

EEOC

24th Amendment

Selma, Alabama

Voting Rights Act of 1965

 

 

Racism

 

 

 

Watts Riot

Kerner Commission

Chicago Movement

Black Power

Malcolm X

 

 

 

Black Panthers

 

 

 

MLK’s Assassinated

Civil Rights Act of 1968

Legacy of the Civil Rights Movement