Theory of Civil Rights Movement Religious Roots of Civil Rights Activism Civil Rights Agitation as Product of Economic Change Historical Development Birth of Organized Civil Rights Movement
Future of Civil Rights as Reform Movement Revitalization of Poor People’s Movements Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Introductory Overview Essay
Historical Development of Reform Movement Antebellum Civil Rights/Colonization/Emigration Movements Reconstruction Era Civil Rights Efforts Impact of World Wars on Race Relations Modern Civil Rights Movement Nonviolence as Civil Rights Tactics Dispute over Militant Tactics in Civil Rights Movement Black Arts Movement (1960s-Present) Civil Rights since the Movement Years (Late 1960s-Present
Key Moments A. Phillip Randolph's 1940 March on Washington Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education Decision (1954) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1955) Little Rock High School Desegregation (1957) Greensboro, N.C. Lunch Counter Sit-Ins (1960) March on Washington, DC (1963) Sanitation Workers Strike and the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. (1968)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements Civil Rights Movement as Inspiration for Other Reform Movements
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