S.S project Timeline


jackie robinson ingerts to. baseball


Jackie Robinson begins playing for the Brooklyn dodgers breaking the racial barrier in major league baseball

truman intergration in the milltary


ends segregation in the milltary

Brown vs board of education


Black people could not go to white schools and when they set a law that they can white people did not like it and caused many problems

Emmett murder


Mississippi, 14-year-old Emmett Till, an African American from Chicago is brutally murdered for flirting with a white woman.

Rosa parks Bus boycott


Rosa parks was in the front of the bus and a white guy said get up and move to the back and she stood there and it was a big fight of the bus seats of where blacks sit.

little rock 9


Little Rock Nine were a group of African American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School in 1957. Little Rock Crisis in which the students were prevented from entering the racially segregated school

creation of student non violence


In February 1960, when four African American students from what was then the Technical College of North Carolina defied the law and custom of the racially segregated South by sitting down to be served at the lunch counter

Freedom writers


May 4 1961 a group of 13 African American and white civil rights made by the Freedom Rides a series of bus trips through the American South to protest segregation in interstate bus stops.

Sit in greens borrow north Carolina


fight against oppression it was during the 1960s that the movement for racial equality and civil rights was fought

children march


The Childrens Crusade was the name bestowed upon a march by hundreds of school students in Birmingham Alabama on May 2 May 3 May 4 and May 5 1963 during the American Civil Rights Movements.

march from Selma to Montgomery


It was a march to stop racism in all ways and the police stop it a burly beat blacks into standing up for what they want and believe in.

jimmite jackson killed


was a civil rights protester who was shot and killed in Alabama

Voting rights act


Blacks had the right the vote and it equaled the same amount as whites.