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Some questions frequently asked by users : hi can someone please help me on how to start a 10 page essay on the following thesis on civil right movement?
thesis: many activists like malcom x and dr. martin luther king jr. were able to contribute to the end of segregation and the discrimination against the colored people due to the african american civil rights movement. i need to write about how it started and just prove my thesis but theres so much things that i have no idea whatsoever on how to start. please help me thanx!questions on american civil rights movement in 1950's?
i need to write 500 words on this, but cant find too much information. i am hoping there is someone who might know a lot about this? how did the minority groups’ struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? which event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the american civil rights movement? if i had a history book i obviously wouldnt say that i dont have any information on it.can someone edit this research paper? please?
i'm doing a research paper on martin luther king jr. and i need help editing this paper, it has to be five pages is there any other information i can add? any help would be greatly appreciated. rough draft dr. martin luther king jr. is known worldwide as the leading revolutionary for the civil rights movement. he is a legendary figure who fought for what he believed was right, and overcame many obstacles that obstructed him. he was arrested, jailed, and discriminated against numerous times, yet he still succeeded to make a powerful impact on the face of racism and segregation. today, thanks to the work of dr. king, african americans have more freedoms and rights. the civil rights movement began in the united states on december 1, 1955. it started because of rosa parks, a woman who refused to give up her seat on the bus for a white man. this simple refusal ignited a citywide boycott of the montgomery bus systems which lasted for 382 days. it ended with a representation as a case in the supreme court. the event sparked what would become a national movement to obliterate racial segregation and inequality. the brave men and women of the civil rights movement dedicated their lives to end slavery, segregation, and unfair treatment. many other civil rights leaders included rosa parks, frederick douglas, dred scott, homer plessy, malcom x, marcus garvey, and the most prominent, the civil rights movement leader, dr. martin luther king jr. dr. king was born on january 15, 1929 as michael luther king. he attended a segregated public high school from which he graduated from at the age of fifteen. he he received the b. a. degree in 1948 from morehouse college, a distinguished ***** institution of atlanta from which both his father and grandfather had graduated. after three years of theological study at crozer theological seminary in pennsylvania where he was elected president of a predominantly white senior class, he was awarded the b.d. in 1951. with a fellowship won at crozer, he enrolled in graduate studies at boston university, completing his residence for thedoctorate in 1953 and receiving the degree in 1955. in boston he met and married coretta scott, a young woman of uncommon intellectual and artistic attainments. two sons and two daughters were born into the family. martin lurher king jr. was a prominent civil rights movement leader because he actively fought against segregation. he led many nonviolent protests and demonstrations for equality, such as the i have a dream speech that was delivered at washington d.c., boycotts, marches, and peaceful revolts. for his dedication to the african americans, he won a nobel peace prize. one of the most memorable attributes characterized with dr. king is his famous i have a dream speech. “i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." dr. king’s speech will go down in history. the spirit of his speech and the dreams he had and hoped to accomplish was transformed into every person that heard the speech. dr. king wanted and fought for a world in which the american negroe would be free of oppression, free of the hatred and violence that came with racism and segregation, a world where everyone was freeare we seeing a return to the pre-civil rights era south?
the supreme court has declared that the federal regulation of state voting laws is unconstitutional and now florida has set zimmerman free, and states are pushing for the discriminatory voter i.d. laws. will we soon se the return of poll taxes and literacy tests. did we laugh at those rednecks who claimed "the south will rise too soon". i blame this on the tea party astroturf movement, the right wing media, and the lack of a strong left.famous black american?
in history we are doing the civil rights movement, and our homework was to research a famous black american, any suggestions on who i should research? we aren't allowed to do martin luther king because everyone already knows about him. sorry if this is in the wrong section thanks.
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