Segregation

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Segregation by Mind Map: Segregation

1. The Jim Crow laws: from 1876 to 1964

2. When ?

3. Where ?

3.1. USA, southern states

3.1.1. Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas ...

4. What ?

4.1. The Jim Crow laws : black and white citizens were separated in public areas

4.2. Public facilities could not be shared: schools, transports, restaurants, theatres and even churches

5. Who ?

5.1. Famous figures of the Civil Rights

5.1.1. Martin Luther King

5.1.2. Malcolm X

5.1.2.1. The Black Panthers

5.1.3. Rosa Parks

5.1.3.1. The Free Riders

5.1.4. Elizabeth Eckford

5.1.4.1. The Little Rock Nine

5.1.5. Ruby Bridges

6. Verbs :

6.1. To fight for your rights /to struggle

6.2. to demonstrate/ to march

6.3. to boycott

6.4. to discriminate

6.5. to put on an equal footing

6.6. to resist

7. Nouns:

7.1. a demonstration / a march

7.2. a fight/ a struggle

7.3. segregation/ separation

7.3.1. desegregation

7.4. discrimination

7.5. racism

7.6. anger

7.7. freedom

7.8. equal rights

8. Adjectives :

8.1. unfair

8.2. humiliating

8.3. revolting

9. Dates

9.1. 1955

9.1.1. Montgomery bus boycott

9.2. 1957

9.2.1. Elizabeth Eckford: first black teenager to attend an all-white highschool

9.3. 1960

9.3.1. Ruby Bridges : first kid to attend an all-white elementary school

9.4. 1960

9.4.1. Greensboro sit-ins

9.5. 1963

9.5.1. MLK 's speech 'I have a dream'

9.6. 1964

9.6.1. Racial segregation declared unconstitutionnal by the Supreme Court

9.7. 2008

9.7.1. Barack Obama, first black president of the United States