MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. AND THE CIVIL RIGHT MOVEMENT

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1. SLAVERY

1.1. Many Europeans made money by capturing African people and sailing then to other counties and sailing them as slaves

1.2. The slaves were sold at auctions.

1.3. They were forces to work on plantations in the South.

1.4. No law against slavery.

1.5. The masters were Christians.

1.6. The slaves hope was God.

1.7. Spirituals

1.8. Dry Bones

2. THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

2.1. The slaves got help from the Underground Railroad.

2.2. The northern states were against slavery.

2.3. It is a secret route.

2.4. Conductor

2.5. Harriet Tubman

3. MISSISIPPI BURNING

3.1. 1964

3.2. Real event

3.3. About the murders of 3 civil rights workers in Mississippi, who got killed by The White knights of the Ku Klux Klan. The bodies got hided, and the local sheriff shelved the case under 'Missing People'. Later on two FBI agents have got the order to find out, what happened. The White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is understanding the work, what the FBI agents are doing, as a provocation, so they begin to burn and and kill a lot of the inhibitions - and specially black people.

3.4. Segreagations and and racism in the Southern States

3.5. 7 of the 19 men was charged with the murder, and all the 7 got prison sentences.

3.6. Murders of civil rights workers in Mississippi

3.7. The White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan

4. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT

4.1. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

4.2. Black and whites were still not equal.

4.3. Rosa Park

4.4. All the black people decided to protest against the law by not using the buses.

4.5. The problem were taking to the US Supreme Court.

4.6. March on Washington, D.D in 1963.

4.7. Laws were passed to give Americans of all races equal rights.

4.8. "I Have A Dream" - Martin Luther King Jr.

4.9. NA ACP

4.10. We Shall Overcome

5. THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN AMERICA

5.1. Began in 1607 in USA

5.2. Lasted until 1865 in USA

5.3. En-slave

5.4. Most of the slaves were black and they were owned by white.

5.5. The majority of slave holding was in the southern United States

5.6. 15 states where slavery were legal.

5.7. 4,8 % of all the people in the 15 states, were holding slaves.

5.8. Each slaveowner had in the average 10 slaves.