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MLK & Civil Rights Crossword

Group of civil rights workers who took bus trips through southern states in 1961 to protest illegal bus segregation
Ida B. ___ led a campaign against lynching
First African-American Supreme Court Justice
A group made up mostly of Black college students, who practiced peaceful, direct action protests.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is buried at the _____ in Atlanta, Georgia.
Indian civil rights leader who believed in non-violent protests
The title of an essay by henry David Thoreau that greatly impressed king and influenced his thinking
1858 Supreme Court case in which a slave sued for his freedom but the court ruled against him, because as a slave, he was not a U.S. Citizen
Dr. King was a strong supporter of the Fair _____ Act.
The ______ Motel, located in Tennessee, where Dr. King died, is now a museum.
what constitutional amendment abolished slavery
Children were sprayed with fire hoses during a protest march in , ______ Alabama.
in 1958, king wrote his first _______, stride toward freedom.
The night before he died, Dr. King said he had seen the _____ Land.
1896 Supreme Court decision that segregation was legal as long as the separate facilities provided for blacks were equal to those provided to white
This U.S. president rejected king's request for a white house conference on equal rights
The belief that skin color, religion, and/or wealth make some people better than other people.
Martin Luther King's original name was ______.
Who founded the Tuskegee Institute
This Constitutional amendment allowed former slaves to become U.S. citizens.
King believed that _______ was the ultimate cause
On January 30, 1956, King's house was _______ while he was at church
State and local laws introduced in the Southern United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries that enforced racial segregation,
A civil rights organization in the United States, formed in 1909 as an interracial endeavor to advance justice for African Americans