March 24, 2016
March 24, 2016 HIST 112 009
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Date Created: 03/18/16
Video: Soundtrack for a Revolution Music • Singing empowered the African Americans • Allowed them to “keep their souls” • During slavery, song were method of communicating, expressing emotions • Pulled groups together Segregation • Movie theater, bathrooms, pools, hospitals, buses etc were segregated • African American man looking at white women wrong could get them in trouble Desegregation • Brown v. Board of Education o Separate but equal • Bus Boycott o African Americans had to sit in the back o Walk around instead of riding the bus o MLK’s house bombed § He calmed the angry crowd § Believed in peaceful protest (nonviolence) o Congress stopped the segregation of busses • MLK o He was picked to lead the movement because he was new and the more established members would not be blamed if it failed o You don’t need to wait for other people, bring change for yourself o “Wade in the water” song o Led lots of rallies Enforcement • Freedom Rides o Integrated teams rode across the country o Attacked the thought of blacks and white not being able to co-exist o People blew busses up and threw bombs into the bus o Governments began to allow busses to be rode by both blacks and whites • Sit ins o People would sit and then either they were served or arrested § If arrested then someone else replaced them, and so on o Had training sessions o They were PREPARED § Studied Gandhi’s methods o Some sit-ins led to violence initiated by police and white folk o People would pull them off stools, threw drinks on them, spit on them but the African Americans did not fight back • March on Washington o African Americans went to Washington to protest with signs and posters o Held hands and sang songs o MLK spoke o Took a southern movement and made it a national movement • Freedom Summer o Attracted college kids, many whites, to teach them about freedom o Encouraged people to VOTE to make a difference o People started to disappear and be killed § KKK were killing them § KKK not punished • Selma March o Marking point where the issue was joined on whether the right to vote was going to include everyone (blacks and whites) o Police beat people with rubber hoses because it did not leave any marks or bruises o African Americans wanted their right to vote § They had the right but whites refused to let blacks REGISTER to vote
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