The Civil Rights Movement is over 40 years old. This video covers the people and events that caused sweeping reforms and civil rights laws. It begins in 1909, with the establishment of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and follows through to the mid-twentieth century. Sevaral key people are noted, such as Langston Hughes, Martin Luther King Jr, and Malcom X. Also certain organizations and movements are mentioned, such as the Black Panthers and the Harlem Renaissance.
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