King wasn’t going to let this United States social crisis fade like other national problems tend to do.
The Civil Rights Movement took the better part of two decades and deeply changed the ways in which the United States conducted itself towards its own citizens.
The lawyers were seeking court’s orders to compel the school districts to let black students attend white public schools (Mc Bride.) The United States was in a national a struggle against segregated race.
In the year 1950 white people obviously had a social advantage as opposed to African-American people who were oppressed.
Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this work are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Study Saurus. In order to fully understand the Civil Rights Movement, you have to go back to its origin, which most people uncommonly do.
Civil Rights Movement in the US The Civil Rights Movement was a time during the 1950/60s where people were trying to eliminate segregation, gain equal rights and opportunities for the basic privileges of U. Typically people believe that NAACP member, Rosa Parks began the entire Civil Rights Movement with her refusal to get out of her seat on the bus, but actually, it began back in 1954 with the supreme court’s decision on the Brown case.
This was due to disturbing social discrimination between white and African-American people during this time period.
White supremacist groups gathered in the South, such as the Ku Klux Klan and the Citizens Council.
Martin Luther King Jr lead this organization as their president. Martin Luther King Jr was known for how powerful he spoke. King once said “We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline.” about the Civil rights movement.
He intended on making sure everyone in the country knew we needed a change in our country, Dr.