'The Civil Rights Movement
of Nigeria demands that justice be served in this sensitive matter of national importance in the interest of all and sundry.
Next the author turns to an examination of some of the major accomplishments of the "united front" phase of the Civil Rights movement
More importantly, however, this well-researched and skillfully written book makes a very important and potent contribution to the growing literature on the history of the civil rights movement
from a more global perspective.
The purpose of this article is to introduce a variety of resources to support teaching and learning about the Civil Rights Movement
based on the premise that concrete learning experiences permit children to build an understanding that will impact their learning, attitudes, and beliefs about diversity and multicultural education.
However, the addition of the final two chapters by Wilbur Rich and Jerald Podair detailing the racial tensions in New York City during the Dinkins and Giuliani administrations don't work as well in trying to lengthen the reach of the civil rights movement
into the present.
Lewis later said in an interview that Wilson's was the first apology he had ever received for the violence committed against him during the civil rights movement
. He added that he did not hesitate for a moment to accept it.
* A general trend emerged: the further away from the South and the smaller the African American population in an area, the less attention was paid to the civil rights movement
Kuettner was hired by the United Press wire service in 1942 (now UPI) and ten years later he was appointed the UPI's national correspondent for the Civil Rights Movement
a position he held until 1978.
He brought his enthusiasm to continue the civil rights movement
with him, even though he was only one of two black undergraduate students.
Her actions inspired others to join the civil rights movement
and sparked the fight against the prejudices of the Montgomery Bus Company.
John Lewis in the Lead: A Story of the Civil Rights Movement
, by Jim Haskins and Kathleen Benson, illustrations by Benny Andrews.
As the civil rights movement
gains strength among young black people in the South, Rob and his friends back home help organize a sit-in at a Virginia Woolworth's lunch counter that won't serve African Americans, a protest that turns violent.