Causes Of The Civil Right Movement

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Be the change you desire to see in the world (Gandhi). Throughout the American history, the greatest number of people had a difficult to live peacefully. The civil right movement in the United states has been a long, essentially nonviolent attempt to bring full civil rights and justice under the law to all Americans. The movement has had a lasting impact on the United States society. Before the civil right movement, the great migration of 1916- 1940, a numerous number of blacks still lived in the south under the Jim crow, where state laws kept them sorted out in all areas of public life, such as a hospital, transportation and at the schoolhouse. After the world war II ended, soldiers were returning home from war, they have desired nothing more than family and wife because the baby boomers are rapidly increasing at that period. Never in the history of the United State America have so many babies were delivered in such a little time. In 1952, the country elected as its president, the former Supreme Allied Commander of WWII, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Since 1954, The civil rights movement has demanded on an important role in our history. The main reasons why the civil right movement cause is categorized into three factors which include end segregation, separate but equal, and enforce voting rights to them. The first main reason that causes the civil right movement is segregation. The struggle for racial justice taught America many important messages and moral. Jim crow law made a

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