Lyndon B Johnson Contribution To The Civil Rights Movement

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From 1954 to 1968, African Americans went through a very tough time as the civil rights movement took place. Everyone in the South were being segregated by race, and there were marches, and strikes, and there were tons of other things going on at the time. Many people of the U.S. had a part in this movement, especially the thirty-sixth president of the United States. Lyndon B. Johnson made a huge contribution to the civil rights movement.
Lyndon Baines Johnson was born on Thursday, August 27, 1908, to Sam Ealy Johnson Jr., dad, and Rebekah Baines Johnson, mom (Lyndon B. Johnson History.com). Lyndon B. Johnson was born in mid Texas, close to Johnson City, where his family helped settle (Lyndon B. Johnson History.com). As he grew up, Lyndon and
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