2nd slide.) Freedom Riders
- The Freedom Riders was a group of 13 African-Americans and white civil rights activists that rode on multiple buses around America (more in the south than anywhere else) to protest about segregation.
4th slide.) Civil Rights Act
- The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the act that outlawed discrimination of on race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and also led to equality in public places and employment opportunities.
6th SLide.) Malcom X
- Malcom X was an African-American Muslim leader and was a human right activist who was assassinated on Feb. 21, 1965.
8th sLide.) VIetnam
- The Vietnam War was viewed by the U.S. involvement as a way to stop the spreading of communism in South Vietnam that began on 1950 and ended on 1973.
9th slide.)Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.
10th slide.)MArtin luther king jr.
- Martin Luther King Jr.. was a man who had a dream a dream where everyone in the world would come together no matter what race, color, or religion you were and was a leader in the African-American Civil Rights movement and died on April 4, 1968.
11th slide.)Black Panthers
12th slide.)Black Panthers
- The Black Panthers party was a party in which was made for the African-Americans to learn self-defense of minority communities against the U.S. government and fought to establish revolutionary socialism through mass organizing and community based programs.
- Watergate or otherwise known as the Nixon fund scandal was a scandal in which the Democratic National Committee was broken into by associates of Richard Nixon in order to obtain copies of the oppositions documents and plant microphones in their offices.
16th slide.)Soul train
- Soul Train was a show that dealt with people dancing to mainly R&B, soul, dance/pop, and hip-hop Music and they just danced around and felt happy and glad.
18th slide.) ApArtheid
- Apartheid is a policy in South Africa where there's segregation/discrimination on grounds of race.
19th slide)MLK "Dream" speech at Washington D.C.
20th side.) Freedom Riders bus after being attacked by KKK members