He made way for changes in discrimination and segregation in places such as sports.
As segregation decreased in the military, tensions also decreased as they fought for their own country together in pride.
This made way for other court case wins for blacks as well as decreased segregation in schools, it also got rid of the false "Separate but Equal" clause.
It showed the extreme discrimination against blacks, angering many people which then lead to more people supporting the civil rights movement.
It encouraged people to take Non-Violent actions towards the desegregation of blacks.
The mayor refused to allow blacks in, even after desegregation of school occurred. So the government stepped in showing America the enforcement of their new desegregation law.
Like the bus boycott it further encouraged people to take non- violent action towards supporting the civil rights movement
They gathered supporters as well as help stop segregation mostly in the south. It encouraged more people to stand up for Civil rights.
They supported the supreme court law that buses will no longer be segregated, as well as get more people together to support the Civil Rights movement.
This encouraged others to stand up for there guaranteed rights that are not given to them anyway.
This secured blacks there rights and tied a knot in all of the segregation laws by eliminating all discrimination based on color, sex, race, etc...
This inspired others to take action against these harsh punishments blacks have been facing. This also started the Selma march
Helped to stop and stand against racial segregation, as well as continue to gather others to the civil rights movement.
This gave blacks much more freedom as well as secured there civil rights in America.