The Birmingham Campaign: Civil Rights Movement

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The Birmingham Campaign The Birmingham Campaign was the real beginning of the civil rights movement because? It is regarded as the first large- scale demonstration against segregation in the United States, the Campaign led the United states and Montgomery laws segregating buses to be unconstitutional, and the Birmingham Campaign ended with a victory, local officials agreed to remove “white Only” and “Black Only” signs. Segregation in the mid 1950’s was common and legally enforced throughout the America south. Birmingham, Alabama was a hotspot of black activism in disagreement to segregationist policies. Around December 26, 1956 and November 1958, Fred Shuttlesworth, president of the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR), and

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