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Title: Prejudice, 1950'-1960'S

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Subject: History
Author: Elaine W
Date: March 22, 2014
Level: University
Grade: B
Length: 4 / 1079
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Many events led up to the Civil Rights movement, including the story of Emmett Till. Prejudice had to come to an end and equal rights to a beginning. The social behavior of people in the 1950's and 60's was so much different than it is today although it is not hard to find prejudice in our everyday life...

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This murder was noted as one of the leading events that sparked the Civil Rights Movement in 1955. Some more highlights of the civil rights movement from the 1950's to 60's include Rosa Parks, later that same year as Emmett Till, she refused to give up her seat at the front of the "colored section" of the city bust to a white passenger, defying a southern tradition at that time...

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