Describing the Role Civil Disobedience Played in the Civil Rights Movement?


Civil disobedience played a large role in the Civil Rights Movement. It showed that the laws at the time were insane and it caused Congress to create a law that made 'separate but equal' no longer allowed. Civil disobedience created a lot of protests that showed that the American people weren't going to take it any more.
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A very powerful one. When Rosa Parks refused to get up out of her seat, it was the beginning of the end.
Rosa Parks is most famous for refusing to give up a seat in a bus to a White Man, she went to jail for this and this was an important factor in the bus boycott for African-American
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