Segregation In The 1960's

By: Lauren Onstott

The American Dream

For the 1960's I think the biggest dream was to end segregation. Even though it was mostly blacks that wanted it ended because it was unfair to them. White people did want it to end. Some of them understood that it was unfair to treat them like this. It was mostly whites from the North that wanted this ended. Just because the South they were raised to have blacks as slaves and didn't see them equal.

The Secret Life Of Bees

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Hairspray

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Newspaper Headlines

Remarks On Signing The Civil Right Bill

President Lyndon Johnson - Remarks on Signing the Civil Rights Bill

I Have A Dream Speech

Martin Luther King, Jr. I Have A Dream Speech

Segregation Forever Speech

George Wallace - Segregation forever.mp4

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