Student Strike at Moton High (1951) Students and Parents Challenge School Segregation (1951) NAACP Builds the Case (1951) Brown v Board of Education (1954) "Massive Resistance" to Integration (1954) Clintion, Tennessee — First White School Desegregated (1956) Autherine Lucy at the Univ. Alabama (1956) Nashville "Grade-a-Year" School Desegregation Scheme (1957) The Little Rock Nine (1957) Robeson Urges Government Defend Constitution, Paul Robeson. September 23, 1957. Regarding school desegregation in Little Rock Arkansas. Youth March for Integrated Schools Washington, DC (1958) Prince Edward County, Virginia, Closes It's Public Schools (1959)
New Orleans School Desgregation (1960) University of Georgia Desegregated (1961) James Meredith Desegregates 'Ole Miss (1962) Standing In the Schoolhouse Door (1963) Massive Evasion of School Integration (1964) Integrating Americus High School (1964) Crawfordville, GA, School Bus Struggle (1965) End of Dual White & "Colored" School Systems (1968)
What Negroes Want Now, Walter White, NAACP. U.S. News & World Report, 1954. Desegregation at Work: Progress and Problems, Henry Lee Moon. NAACP. Nation, 1954. Desegregation in the Public Schools: Role of the NAACP, Roy Wilkins, NAACP. Social Problems, April, 1955. Next Steps in the South, New South, Southern Regional Council. 1956 Robeson Urges Government Defend Constitution, Paul Robeson. September 23, 1957. Regarding school desegregation in Little Rock Arkansas. A First Step Toward School Integration, Ann Holden, Nashville CORE, 1958.
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