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Civil Rights Act of 1960

The Civil Rights Act of 1960 was signed into law by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on May 6, 1960. This act did not introduce a new law but was aimed at strengthening and covering loopholes in the . It established: Federal...

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Freedom Summer

In 1964 decided to concentrate their efforts in voter registration in Mississippi which was lagging...


Emmett Till

His mother insisted in displaying his son’s body in a glass topped casket so that the world could...


Southern Manifesto

What is the Southern Manifesto? In 1956 politicians from southern states issued the Declaration of...

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