The Racial Segregation And The Civil Rights Movement

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Racial segregation remained throughout most of the country until the 1960s. African-Americans did not possess the political rights that were granted to white people during this time. At this time, the civil rights movement pushed for equal rights and desired to change the nation’s laws and practices in regards to segregation. Protests and calls for self-reliance influenced equality across the country. With the civil rights movement came the “rebirth of feminism, the Chicano movement, gay rights movement, and the American Indian movement” (Henretta, 817-818) The West contested with Native Americans, while the South was involved in racism towards
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