Civil Rights Movement – Remember it! & Test it!

Civil Rights Movement – Remember it! & Test it!

Civil Rights Movement - Jim Crow LawsRacial inequality until the 1950s

Jim Crow Laws


Ku Klux Klan

Early campaigns of the civil rights movement

Rosa Parks

Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka

Little Rock, Arkansas, in September 1957

The methods of the civil rights movement


Freedom rides

The Washington March

Civil Rights Act

GCSE History Revision - Black powerAlternatives forms of protest

Black Power Movement

Malcolm X

1968 Olympics

Martin Luther King


Personal role in the movement

Nobel Peace Prize


Role of other figures


Test it!

What was the significance of the Brown versus the Board of Education ruling?

How important was Martin Luther King’s role in the civil rights movement?

What were the main protest methods used by the Civil Rights Movement use in the sixties?

Why was the Montgomery Bus Boycott so successful?

Describe the events that took place at Little Rock High School

Describe the main principles of Martin Luther King’s approach to campaigning for civil rights

How successful were the Civil Rights Movement’s protest methods?

What were the main features of the Civil Rights Act?

What alternatives were there to the Civil Rights Movement?

Why was the Black Power Movement considered controversial?

How did the Black Power Movement differ in its ideas from Martin Luther King?