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Brown contro Board of Education (Bolling v. Sharpe, Briggs contro Elliott, Davis v. County School Board of Prince Edward County, Gebhart v. Belton)  · Keys contro Carolina Coach  · Emmett Till  · Boicottaggio dei bus a Montgomery (Browder contro Gayle, Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, Holt Street Baptist Church, Montgomery Improvement Association)  · Mansfield school desegregation  · 1957 Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom  · Royal Ice Cream Sit-in  · Little Rock Nine (National Guard blockade)  · Kissing Case  · Biloxi Wade-Ins  · Greensboro sit-ins  · Nashville sit-ins  · Gomillion contro Lightfoot  · Boynton v. Virginia  · Freedom Rides (attacks)  · Garner v. Louisiana  · Albany Movement  · University of Chicago sit-ins  · "Second Emancipation Proclamation"  · Meredith enrollment, Ole Miss riot  · Mississippi Movement (Freedom Schools, COFO, workers' murders)  · 1963 Birmingham Movement and Children's Crusade (Letter from Birmingham Jail, 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Birmingham riot, 16th Street Baptist Church bombing)  · University of Alabama integration  · John F. Kennedy's Civil Rights Address  · March on Washington ("I have a dream", "Big Six")  · Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party  · St. Augustine movement  · Twenty-fourth Amendment  · 1965 Selma to Montgomery marches (Brown Chapel, Edmund Pettus Bridge, "How Long, Not Long", Voting Rights Act, SCOPE)  · Chicago Freedom/Open Housing Movement  · Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections  · March Against Fear  · Potere nero  · White House Conference on Civil Rights  · Memphis Sanitation Strike  · Assassinio di Martin Luther King (funerale, rivolte)  · Poor People's Campaign  · Civil Rights Act (1957, 1960, 1964, 1965, 1968)

Leggi Jim Crow  · Plessy contro Ferguson ("Separati ma uguali")  · Buchanan contro Warley  · Hocutt v. Wilson  · Sweatt contro Painter  · Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States  · Katzenbach v. McClung  · Loving contro Virginia  · Fifth Circuit Four  · Massive resistance  · March on Washington Movement  · African-American churches attacked  · Journey of Reconciliation  · Freedom Songs ("Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around", "I Love Everybody", "Kumbaya", "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize", "Oh, Freedom", "This Little Light of Mine", "We Shall Not Be Moved", "We Shall Overcome")  · Spring Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam ("Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence")  · Watts riots  · Voter Education Project  · 1960s counterculture  · In popular culture  · Museums (King Memorial)

 · Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights  · Atlanta Student Movement  · Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters  · Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)  · Council for United Civil Rights Leadership  · Deacons for Defense and Justice  · Georgia Council on Human Relations  · Highlander Folk School  · Leadership Conference on Civil Rights  · Nashville Student Movement  · NAACP (Youth Council)  · Northern Student Movement  · National Council of Negro Women  · National Urban League  · Operation Breadbasket  · Regional Council of Negro Leadership  · Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)  · Southern Regional Council  · Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)  · The Freedom Singers  · Wednesdays in Mississippi  · Women's Political Council

 · Ralph Abernathy  · Victoria Gray Adams  · Zev Aelony  · Mathew Ahmann  · William G. Anderson  · Gwendolyn Armstrong  · Arnold Aronson  · Ella Baker  · Marion Barry  · Daisy Bates  · Harry Belafonte  · James Bevel  · Claude Black  · Gloria Blackwell  · Randolph Blackwell  · Unita Blackwell  · Ezell Blair Jr.  · Joanne Bland  · Julian Bond  · Joseph E. Boone  · William Holmes Borders  · Amelia Boynton  · Raylawni Branch  · Ruby Bridges  · Aurelia Browder  · H. Rap Brown  · Guy Carawan  · Stokely Carmichael  · Johnnie Carr  · James Chaney  · J. L. Chestnut  · Colia Lafayette Clark  · William Ramsey Clark  · Septima Clark  · Xernona Clayton  · Eldridge Cleaver  · Kathleen Neal Cleaver  · Charles E. Cobb Jr.  · Annie Lee Cooper  · Dorothy Cotton  · Claudette Colvin  · Vernon Dahmer  · Jonathan Daniels  · Joseph DeLaine  · Annie Devine  · Patricia Stephens Due  · Charles Evers  · Medgar Evers  · Myrlie Evers-Williams  · Chuck Fager  · James Farmer  · Walter E. Fauntroy  · James Forman  · Marie Foster  · Golden Frinks  · Andrew Goodman  · Fred Gray  · Jack Greenberg  · Dick Gregory  · Lawrence Guyot  · Prathia Hall  · Fannie Lou Hamer  · William E. Harbour  · Vincent Harding  · Dorothy Height  · Lola Hendricks  · Aaron Henry  · Oliver Hill  · Donald L. Hollowell  · James Hood  · Myles Horton  · Zilphia Horton  · T. R. M. Howard  · Ruby Hurley  · Jesse Jackson  · Jimmie Lee Jackson  · Richie Jean Jackson  · T. J. Jemison  · Esau Jenkins  · Barbara Rose Johns  · Vernon Johns  · Frank Minis Johnson  · Lyndon B. Johnson  · Clarence Jones  · Matthew Jones  · Vernon Jordan  · Tom Kahn  · Clyde Kennard  · A. D. King  · C.B. King  · Coretta Scott King  · Martin Luther King  · Martin Luther King, Sr.  · Bernard Lafayette  · James Lawson  · Bernard Lee  · Sanford R. Leigh  · Jim Letherer  · Stanley Levison  · John Lewis  · Viola Liuzzo  · Z. Alexander Looby  · Joseph Lowery  · Clara Luper  · Malcolm X  · Mae Mallory  · Vivian Malone  · Thurgood Marshall  · Franklin McCain  · Charles McDew  · Ralph McGill  · Floyd McKissick  · Joseph McNeil  · Ted Meredith  · William Ming  · Jack Minnis  · Amzie Moore  · Douglas E. Moore  · William Lewis Moore  · Irene Morgan  · Bob Moses  · William Moyer  · Diane Nash  · Charles Neblett  · Edgar Nixon  · Jack O'Dell  · James Orange  · Rosa Parks  · James Peck  · Charles Person  · Homer Plessy  · Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.  · Fay Bellamy Powell  · Al Raby  · Lincoln Ragsdale  · A. Philip Randolph  · George Raymond Jr.  · Bernice Johnson Reagon  · Cordell Reagon  · James Reeb  · Frederick D. Reese  · Gloria Richardson  · David Richmond  · Jo Ann Robinson  · Bayard Rustin  · Bernie Sanders  · Michael Schwerner  · Cleveland Sellers  · Charles Sherrod  · Alexander D. Shimkin  · Fred Shuttlesworth  · Modjeska Monteith Simkins  · A. Maceo Smith  · Kelly Miller Smith  · Mary Louise Smith  · Ruby Doris Smith-Robinson  · Charles Kenzie Steele  · Dorothy Tillman  · A. P. Tureaud  · C. T. Vivian  · Wyatt Tee Walker  · Hollis Watkins  · Walter Francis White  · Roy Wilkins  · Hosea Williams  · Kale Williams  · Robert F. Williams  · Andrew Young  · Whitney Young  · Sammy Younge Jr.  · James Zwerg

 · Taylor Branch  · Clayborne Carson  · John Dittmer  · Michael Eric Dyson  · Chuck Fager  · Adam Fairclough  · David Garrow  · David Halberstam  · Vincent Harding  · Steven F. Lawson  · Doug McAdam  · Diane McWhorter  · Charles M. Payne  · Timothy Tyson  · Akinyele Umoja

 · Movement photographers