Three Main Components Of The Civil Rights Movement

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History often repeats itself, especially in such a nation of the United States of America. The first 10 amendments knowledge that all citizens have rights and freedoms here in the U.S. However, that wasn 't the case. Minorities were included in these rights, they didn 't have equal rights like a white person would have this type of inequality is what fueled the civil rights movement. The civil rights movement have three main components. These components consist of how it began, who was involved and what laws and branches were involved in the movement. We began with a question how did it begin? What is the history behind the civil rights movement? first, let 's briefly explain what civil rights are. Civil rights our rights that are granted …show more content…
There are over 200,000 African-Americans who helped pave the way for generations, like us to finally be free from racial discrimination. And the paragraph above it was explained that Rosa Parks was the actual start of the silver rights movement. After Rosa Parks then came along Martin Luther King Junior who led the march on Washington. African-American leader and head figure in the nation of Islam, Malcolm X wanted black nationalism. Also, the silver rights movement allowed for African-American on organizations to rise. If you have these organizations consist of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee …show more content…
The 14th amendment made a law that former slaves or others born in the U.S was considered a citizen and had equal protection of the law. The 15th amendment made it against the law to deny voting rights to former slaves are those who skin wasn 't white. even though, there were laws protecting other racial groups they still didn 't get equal treatment. In 1896 the Supreme Court ruled that state government could separate people of different races as long as a separate facilities were equal. The separate but equal doctrine lasted for about 58 years finally the civil rights act of 1964 came into play. The civil rights act of 1964 prohibited discrimination and places of public accommodation because of race color religion or national

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