Jackie Robinson becomes the first African-American to play in the Major Leagues, breaking the racial barrier in baseball.
President Harry Truman desegregate all units of the armed forces.
Supreme Court rules "separate but equal" unconstitutional and desegregate all schools in America.
The death of Till sparked the Civil Rights Movement and it inspired many civil rights activists.
Finally after 381 days, Montgomery Bus Boycott succeed it's goal with the end of segregation of buses in Montgomery.
It showed the willingness of young african-americans for change and how they would risk their lives for freedom.
The Sit-Ins were successful both in forcing partical integration and in increasing national awareness of the suffering African-Americans in the south.
The SNCC took part in making the sit-ins more frequent and also took part in freedom rides and other 1960's protests.
The goal was reached for the freedom rides,desegrating interstate bus travel.
It had a dramatic impact on public opinion in Birmingham,also broke down emotional barrier of adult encouraging them to fight like the children were.
The final goal of the entire Civil Rights Movement was reached ending segration of public place,schools, voting and employment discrimination
The death of Jimmie Lee Jackson inspired the marches from Selma to Montgomery.
It showed Americans that African-Americans weren't going to stop until they got their voting rights and showed the public the cruelty and of hate of others towards them.
It finally gave African-Americans the right to vote which became extremely populary in the black community.