The Non-Harmful Tactics Of The Civil Rights Movement

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The Civil Right Movement was a period of time from the mid 1860s and to the late 1960s where people fought for equal rights for African Americans. The Civil Rights Movement was inspired by many people such as Mahatma Gandhi, Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King just to name a few. The Civil Rights Movement was a series of non-violent protests and boycotting for African Americans to show that they deserve equal rights as any other American. The Civil Rights Movement all started December 5th , 1955 when an African American lady named Rosa Parks, sat in the white section of a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama. Other people say that the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement was the proposition of the Jim Crow Laws. The Jim Crow Laws…show more content…
Martin Luther King Jr. … had a dream, he wanted racial equality, and wanted every person to have the same rights, we should all be treated as equals. Martin Luther King, Jr., had white and black followers standing up with him. Many people respected his views and faith and passion. The Civil Right Movement had many struggles over its period of time. Eventually the Civil Rights Movement reached it goals and provided racial equality for all people, no matter their skin color. The Civil Rights Movement used non-violent, peaceful, non-harmful tactics to reach their goals. Those tactics used inspired by many people but one key person was, Mahatma Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi used non-violent tactics to free British rule in India. Martin Luther King Jr. mostly used boycotting, protests, and marches as his attacks for racial equality. The major success of The Civil Rights Movement was racial equality all states. The southern states were the problem areas for African Americans and racial equality. The northern states were okay with racial equality. The public school became integrated and not segregated. The public attractions and public places were also now integrated and not

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