MLK and Peaceful Protest 1955-68

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A Levels History (Pursuing Life and Liberty: Equality in the USA 1945-68) Mind Map on MLK and Peaceful Protest 1955-68, created by yasmyncharles on 04/08/2014.

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MLK and Peaceful Protest 1955-68
1 1. Early Southern Campaigns 1955-62
1.1 Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1955-56
1.2 Little Rock, 1957
1.3 Greensboro Sit-Ins 1960
1.4 Freedom Rides, 1961
1.5 Albany Movement, 1961-62
1.6 James Meredith and The University of Mississippi, 1962
2 2. Later Southern Campaigns 1963-65
2.1 Birmingham Campaign, 1963
2.2 March on Washington, 1963
2.3 Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964
2.4 Selma Campaign, 1965
3 3. MLKs Last Campaigns
3.1 Moynihan Report, 1965
3.2 Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966
3.3 Poor People's Campaign, 1968
3.4 Memphis Sanitation Worker's Strike, 1968
4 4. The Role of The Federal Government
4.1 Presidents
4.1.1 Eisenhower
4.1.2 Kennedy
4.1.3 Johnson
4.2 Supreme Court
4.3 Congress
5 5. Opposition to Change 1955-68
5.1 Federal Opposition
5.1.1 Presidential Opposition
5.1.2 Congress
5.1.3 The FBI
5.2 State and local Gov
5.2.1 Local Politicians
5.2.2 Local Police
5.2.3 Public Opinion
6 6. Achievements of Peaceful Protest
6.1 Education
6.2 Transport
6.3 Public Places
6.4 Voting Rights
7 7. Reasons for Change?
7.1 The Presidents
7.2 MLK
7.3 Peaceful Protest and Mass Activism

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