How Did The Civil Rights Movement Achieve Its Goals

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The civil rights movement was successful of achieving its goals. The civil rights movements wanted to end segregation, desegregate schools, and reverse the separate but equal rule. To achieve these goals the civil rights movement did various things like, court cases, sit-ins, boycotts, non-violent protest, and marches. Some of the court cases that helped the movement reach its goals was, NAACP, brown vs, board. Some sit-ins were, the non-violent protest in which blacks and whites attempt to desegregate lunch counters buy sitting at counters until served. The boycotts were, the Montgomery bus boycott, the attempt by those Montgomery, AL to desegregate the bus system. Non-violent protest like, the one adopted by Martin Luther King Jr. and the

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