Civil Rights In Actions

Civil Rights In Actions

by Tj Day

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The term "civil rights" comes from the Latin term "ius civis", which means "rights of a citizen." Anyone who is considered a citizen of a country should be treated equally under the law.
PART 1 : Some Movements
Chapter 1. African-American Civil Rights Movement
Chapter 2. Apartheid
Chapter 3. Disability Rights Movement
Chapter 4. Native American Rights
Chapter 5. Slavery
Chapter 6. Women's Suffrage
PART 2 : Civil Rights Leaders
Chapter 7. Susan B. Anthony (Women's right to vote)
Chapter 8. Cesar Chavez(Farm Workers Association)
Chapter 9. Frederick Douglass(Slave To Advisor)
Chapter 10. Mohandas Gandhi(Independence India
Chapter 11. Martin Luther King ("I Have a Dream")
Chapter 12. Thurgood Marshall (Supreme Court)
Chapter 13. Rosa Parks (Bus Boycott)
Chapter 14. Jackie Robinson (Baseball)
Chapter 15. Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Women's Vote)
Chapter 16. Mother Teresa (Fighting for helpless)
Chapter 17. Sojourner Truth (Former slave)
Chapter 18. Harriet Tubman (Underground Railroad)
Chapter 19. Ida B. Wells (Against lynching
PART 3 : Major Events
Chapter 20. Jim Crow Laws
Chapter 21. Montgomery Bus Boycott
Chapter 22. Little Rock Nine
Chapter 23. Birmingham Campaign
Chapter 24. March on Washington
Chapter 25 . Civil War
Chapter 26. Apartheid System
Chapter 27. Various Type Of slavery
Chapter 28. Law and History
Chapter 29. Supreme Court Decisions
Chapter 30. Timeline of Events
Chapter 31. Magna Carta
Chapter 32. The Bill of Rights
Chapter 33. The Emancipation Proclamation

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BN ID: 2940162831778
Publisher: Marday
Publication date: 03/31/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 154 KB

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