Black Civil Rights and woman's rights

By:Mason Thrush

just an example of people uprising against Womans sufrage. This can be compared to the black beatings that took place during thier movement
Alice Paul and her colleagues coordinated an enormous suffrage parade to coincide with and distract from President Wilson's inauguration. They stood outside the White House in protest. This lead to them being thrown in jail.
After Alice they went through Womans sufrage force feeding and many other awful acts
This is an example of propaganda used in the 1960's to support black civil rights
This is another example of the propaganda!
Later protests began taking places such as the one depicted.Many different ways of getting black rights and enforcing them were used.
Rosa parks is a good example rebeling against whites not giving up her seat on the bus.This was a major event for black history.
"Big Colored Parade" -- Market Street to City Hall (May 26, 1963) The Bancroft Library The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) had a mission to end segregation through courts. Thurgood Marshall was a leader who fought in the courts. He argued 32 cases and won 29 of them.
The blacks ended up getting thier freedoms slowly and being involved in things such as wars like the tuskgee airmen and the little rock high students.Although not easy they won thier rights but there were consequences.
Martin Luther King Jr. was also a very pronounced individual in the African American civil rights movement. On August 28th, 1963, he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech to a massive group of civil rights marchers gathered at the Lincoln memorial in Washington.
Martin Luther King Jr. was also a very pronounced individual in the African American civil rights movement. On August 28th, 1963, he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech to a massive group of civil rights marchers gathered at the Lincoln memorial in Washington.
More and more propaganda was used to persuade and envolve the movement
As both the women and African American civil rights movements aim to gain voting rights, the Voting Rights act of 1965 was only in favor of the African Americans. It eliminated the "so-called" literacy test and other disqualifying factors that kept blacks from voting in the South. with that being said I do believe that the black movemnt was more succesful in that they had less trouble and more support than the woman
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