E. How successful was the civil rights movement?

During the Civil Rights Movement, it was said to be a time full of violence and brutality; however, many African-Americans pulled through in their time of struggle....

In order to fully understand the Civil Rights Movement, you have to go back to its origin.

i. During the Civil Rights era, African Americans changed the way people looked at music by ending the segregation in the music world and by making a well-known “soundtrack” and influence during the Civil Rights Movement.

and Civil Rights Activism in the North, by Mary Lou Finley.

Most people believe that Rosa Parks began the whole civil rights movement.

Thanks to the NAACP lawyers the Supreme Court made three decisions regarding civil rights which not only showed that at times the government was on the blacks side, but also almost completely overturned the ‘separate but eq...

Music was one of the largest influences in the Civil Rights Movement.

A personal memoir by Molly Lynn Watt on race in America against the backdrop of racial turbulence of 1963 and the Civil Rights Movement in Tennessee told in a book of poems.

Board of Education and the Civil Rights Movement, by Michael J.

In-depth look at the civil rights movement goes to the places where pioneers of the movement marched, sat-in at lunch counters, gathered in churches; where they spoke, taught, and organized; where they were arrested, where they lost their lives, and where they triumphed.

Story of a White Southerner Coming of Age during the Civil Rights .

The first revisionist state history textbook ever published, and the first Southern state history to give a full account of all races, including of course the Civil Rights Movement.

The Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.

Testimonies of fifty-two women--northern and southern, young and old, urban and rural, black, white, and Latina--share their courageous personal stories of working for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee on the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement.

Essays on grassroots civil rights activism in the post-WWII period.

Labor activist and historian describes the strike and King's effort to build a new mass movement to push beyond civil rights to economic justice for the poor and working class.

Story of the Civil Rights Movement in rural Wilcox County, Alabama.

Spanning over 60 years, the poems focus on Till's murder, the heinous trails of his murderers, and his legacy as not just a Civil Rights Martyr but as a powerful choric voice.