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An Old War's open wounds continue to fester: The Civil Rights Movement

Lecture Synopsis for Monday 12 Feb

  1. The Legacy of Slavery

  2. From World War II to 1954

  3. Civil Rights: Definitions

  4. 1954 Brown v Board of Education, Topeka

  5. 1955/6 Montgomery Bus Boycott

  6. 1957 Little Rock

  7. 1963 Martin Luther King

  8. Radicalisation - Malcolm X, Black Panthers

  9. 1968 'I have a dream'

  10. Legislation 1964/68

  11. The division of The Civil War continues to divide

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