The Civil Right Movement: The Beginning Of The Civil Rights Movement

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“Were are here this evening to say to those who have mistreated us so long that were are tired of being segregated and humiliated, tired of being kicked about by brutal feet of oppression.” Spoke by Martin Luther King Jr. (Berkin, 2015) The beginning of the civil right movement spark during national headline reporting on Brown v. Board of Education, The death of Emmett Till, and the Montgomery bus boycott education the public what going on in the lives of African American and other minorities.
Integrating school in the south was a pleasant experience for People of colored. Oliver Brown had the courage to sue the board of education in Topeka, Kansa because they wouldn’t allow his daughter to go an all-white school nearby his home. Brown V.