How Did the Civil Rights Movement Begin?


The civil rights movement began in various ways. First it was during Lessy v. Ferguson case. This was to keep black people from white people and since black people were not slaves any longer they started demonstrations. Then there was the murder of Emmett till and people started to demand for justice and freedom. Finally, ala, who was a member of the NAACP Rosa parks refused to give her seat to a white passenger at the front of the 'coloured section' of a bus. After this she was arrested and black community launches a bus boycott that lasted more than a year.
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