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reform movement

1890 - 2013

Booker T Washington - Atlanta Exposition address

1895

He give this speech to a crowd of mostly white and African american people said it is view as revolutionary moment

al copone's birth

1899

AL copone was a leader in one of the mob's in Chicago. he was a leader many forms of criminal activity that cause havoc for Chicago's streets during, the prohibition.

W.E.B Du Bois - Niagara Movement

1905

Du Bois started this group because he wanted to denounced the idea of gradual progress

Riot in Springfield, Illinois

1908

A white mob tried to lynch(using a mob to put a person to death without a trial) two African American prisoner in the city jail

National Association for Advancement of Colored People

1909

The group was form with the help of leader from the Niagara Movement. The group aimed to help African American join rights at the work places, political, and social right

plessy vs. Furguson

1910

the north and the south passed segregation laws.

Society of American Indians

1911

Was the first group to protest federal Indian policy

Urban League

1911

Forces on poorer worker to buy clothes, books, and send childern to school

California law

1913

State of California pass a law that only allowed Americans to own land, because of the Japanese immigrants

President Woodrow Wilson

1913 - 1921

He pass the 18th amendment which started Prohibition era

Anti-Defamation

1913

a group to defend Jews and other against physical and verbal attacks

Booker T Washington death

1915

Well people died

prohibition

1919 - 1933

18th amendment

1919

prohibited the sale of intoxicating liquid otherwise know as alcohol.

Takao Ozawa

1922

He fought the law in court that block Asian American from becoming citizens, but the Supreme court ruled against him

al copone becomes top man

1925

valentines day massacure

1929

7 victims were shot with 15 bullets in each body over power for Chicago's streets.

al copne caught for tax invation

1931

Al Capone was pleaded guilty to tax evasion and prohibtion charges. he sentenced to 11 years.

21st amendment

1933

this repealed the 18th amendment

President FDR

1933 - 1945

He ratified the 21st amendment to earn more money on taxing alcohol for the government

W.E.B Du Bois Death

1963

he almost live to see African Americans to have the same rights he need to live to be 100 to see the Civil Rights Act of 1968

Martin Luther King Jr. march on D.c

1963

Mr. King give a 17 minute long famous speech name "I Have a Dream"

The Civil Rights Act of 1968

1968

This act give equal rights to African Americans

Martin Luther King Jr Assassination

1968

Mr. King was shoot Memphis, Tennessee on April 4