Civil Rights

The United States has always been a standardized model for freedom for the rest of the world. However, to whom did these freedoms apply to, and to which extent? Take a journey as we discover how African Americans gained their civil rights during the 20th Century through peaceful (and not so peaceful) protesting and fierce judicial court rulings.

Executive Orders

July 26, 1948
January 23 1964
July 2, 1964
September 24, 1965
April 11 1968

Protests

december 1, 1955 - december 20, 1956
December 1, 1955
April 15 1960
May 4 1961
August 28 1963
February 21 1964
April 3, 1968
April 4, 1968

Court Rulings and Hearings

May 17, 1954
September 4, 1957
April 16 1963
April 20, 1971