The Civil Rights Movement Research Paper by Master Researcher
The Civil Rights Movement
This paper examines the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama.
# 83540 | 3,375 words | 13 sources | 2005 |
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Ethnic Studies (North American) , Political Science (Lobbyists and Pressure Groups) , African-American Studies (Civil Rights)
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This paper explains that everywhere an African-American turned in Alabama there were limitations and restraints upon their freedom. The author points out that some of these constraints were technically legal and others were blatantly illegal. The paper stress that all of these infringements upon the freedom and human dignity of African-Americans were immoral and generated a response that became known as the Civil Rights Movement.
From the Paper:"For centuries, African-Americans in Alabama suffered the torments of slavery and were treated as subhuman property by their white masters. Emancipation in 1863 won them a degree of limited freedom, but over the succeeding century they were denied the right to vote, were subjected to racial segregation, and were restrained through coercion and force from seeking equality in employment, education, and housing. (Dubois 4-7) Everywhere an African-American turned in Alabama there were limitations and restraints upon their freedom."
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