civil right timline

Events

black sunday

April 1935 - April 1977

refers to a particular serve dust storm that occur in April as part of the dust bowl it was one of the worst storm

montgomery bus boycott

1955 - 1956

where Rosa parks was arrested and 13 month mass protest that ended with U.S supreme court

little rock 9

september 1957

blacks and white had to be separation and public factices was illegal and their were 9 students

friendship nine

1960 - 1961

The Friendship 9 has a huge heart for the new generation growing up in this post Civil Rights era. They want to share their story with younger people to both encourage practicing civic duties as well as let them know how things use to be.
Their message: never forget where we all came from, and don’t be afraid to press on toward a better future by doing what is right. They tend to speak at a lot of schools, teaching kids of all ages what it means to stand up for something in a responsible way.
If you would like to schedule The Friendship 9 to speak at your next event, contact for more information. Or, if you would like to attend one of their speaking engagements, look over their calendar below

freedom rides

may 4 1961 - september 1961

they were civil rights activist who rode interstate buses into the segregated southern

march on washington

1962 - august 28 1963

Attended by some 250,000 people, it was the largest demonstration ever seen in the nation's capital, and one of the first to have extensive television coverage. 1963 was noted for racial unrest and civil rights demonstrations.

Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing

September 15, 1963 - September 16, 1963

1963, it was the target of the racially motivated 16th Street Baptist Church bombing that killed four girls in the midst of the American Civil Rights Movement.

selma to montgomery march

march 7 1965 - march 21 1965

for voting rights ended three weeks--and three events--that represented the political and emotional peak of the modern civil rights movement

watts riots

August 11 1965 - August 16 1965

it was r to as the watts rebellion took place in watts neighborhood of los angeles

Orangeburg, SC Massacre

February 8, 1968 - 1970

where students and others had got injure and they had to get sent to the hospital and some where still alive they had to try and fight