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1 Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. Corey B. Enos Elementary school 2016

2 Chapter:1 Civil rights movement The civil rights movement was in equal rights for the blacks and whites. Civil rights is the right that you get because you are an American. White people were more important than blacks. Now people don't have to move off the bus for whites. The civil rights movement was a centuries long battle 1865 end of slavery naacp is found, the president allowed black people and white people can be in the same class room John F Kennedy introduced the civil rights act. No more at some of the places. Blacks and whites can't drink in the same fountain.the civil rights movement was an important part in the history of the world. Civil rights was about everybody gets an equal opportunity to have a good life. Lots of people have had to fight for civil rights. On a video it says during the civil rights movement war between the North and the South, president Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation freeing slave in the southern states that were still at war rosa parks and the Montgomery bus boycott. Since the early 20th century southern jim crow laws had kept white and black apart in public. Black could not vote in Martin Luther King got shot. No matter what color you are you they can't change you and you didn't have to go past the test. in 2008 Barack Obama became president. To understand the civil rights movement, you have to understand they history of the movement. Walking for equal rights

3 Chapter:2 Malcolm X Hi my name is Malcolm x I was Born Malcolm Little in 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska, he changed his last name to X because Malcolm it was a slave name. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. It mean that he was in charge. Malcolm stop eating pork and smoking cigarettes. Malcolm X had written many letters to Muhammad from prison and was given the task of recruiting flower. After the eighth grade, Malcolm dropped out of school, headed for a life of crime. Malcolm X became a loyal and I disciple and adopted X symbolic of a stolen identity as his last name. After six years Malcolm was released from prison. Malcolm, whose influence reached even into the respected Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Influenced largely by Malcolm, in the summer of 1 members of SNCC called for black power for black people. Their lack of power was the foundation of Malcolm s charge that they were denied human rights in America. Twenty-year-old Malcolm little had been arrested on suspicion of burglary. Malcolm X family was denied his death benefit. Malcolm X was killed February 21, 1965 Malcolm x getting lunch Chapter:3 Martin Luther king Jr. Hi my name is Martin Luther king I was January 15, 1929 at Atlanta, Georgia. Martin Luther King Jr. ( ) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination. In 1955, he told followers to quit riding buses in Montgomery, In 1960, he joined black college students in a sit-in at a segregated lunch counter. Martin Luther king Jr. Getting arrested

4 In 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation. Martin Luther king Jr. got arrested many times but he didn't fight back. Martin Luther king Jr. Didn't want violence. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks to a large crowd. King, raised in a family of well-off preachers, is considered one of the greatest speakers in American. Dr. King was a great speakers and a brave man. His speeches about civil rights made thousands of people join him. Martin was put in jail, and his house was bombed. I Have a Dream" speech, which boosted public support for civil rights. Martin Luther king kids name is dexter Scott King, Yolanda King, Bernice King, and Martin Luther king 3. It brought even greater attention to the Civil Rights Movement, which had been going on for many years. King's speech was part of the March on Washington, a gathering of more than 250,000 people in the nation's capita. Martin Luther King was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement, a drive to get more equal treatment for all Americans, not just white Americans. June 18, 1953 King married coretta scott. Alabama, until the bus company let African Americans sit where they wanted. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, sit with three of their four children in their Atlanta, Georgia, home in Ralph Abernathy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., are taken away by police during protests on April, 12, Martin Luther King Jr. looks through the bars of a Burmingham, Alabama, cell in April Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., sits in the back seat of a police car before returning to jail after a grand jury testimony on June 12, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., delivers a speech at the Mason Temple on April 3, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn. In April 4, 1968 Martin Luther king was shot. Talking about his speech in church

5 Chapter:4 difference Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was taken away by police during protests on April, 12, 1963, in Birmingham, Alabama Martin Luther king Jr.got arrested many times but he didn't fight back. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks to a large crowd. King, was raised in a family of well-off preachers, is considered one of the greatest speakers in America. King was arrested several times during his lifetime. In 1960, he joined black college students in a sitin at a segregated lunch counter. Announcing other African-American leaders have called for federal Army occupation of Birmingham in the wake of the previous day's church bombing and shootings which left six African-Americans, including four young girls, dead. In Aug. 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., gives his famous "I Have a Dream" speech in front of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington. The speech has been cited. Ralph Abernathy and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., are taken away by police during protests on April, 12, 1963, in Birmingham, Ala. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., delivers a speech at the Mason Temple on April 3, 1968, in Memphis, Tenn. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., sits in the back seat of a police car before returning to jail after a grand jury testimony in St. Augustine, Fla., on June 12, Some people think Malcolm X wanted violence. I think he did. According to an article by Melissa Boelstler in life examinations.com, he said that "there should be no violence, but violence was allowed if you were attacked first."born Malcolm Little in 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska, he changed his last name to X. Malcolm, whose influence reached even into the respected Student Non- Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Twentyyear-old Malcolm little had been arrested on suspicion of burglary. Malcolm X family was denied his death benefit. Malcolm X was a man of humble birth.

6 Chapter:5 similarities Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X were civil rights figures, They spoke often of Black empowerment over whites schemes that would get Blacks to hate themselves and lead to feelings of inferiority. Malcolm X was four years older than King, but they were both just 39 when murdered: Malcolm X in New York s Audubon Ballroom on Feb. 21, 1965, and King in Memphis on a balcony at the Lorraine Hotel on April 4, They spoke repeatedly about the value of Blacks spending their money in their community to grow their businesses and build wealth. They also believed love without economic power was weak. Both men talked in speeches of dying for their causes. Each had received countless death threats and ultimately believed their demise was imminent. The two men spoke out for oppressed people not just in America but all over the world, and they made clear their opposition to the Vietnam War. Chapter 6: lesson learned You should not do violence to solve your problem because if you do you'll probably get arrested. You should not go against each other you should work together and make a bigger team. Martin Luther king Jr. Talking about his I have a dream speech

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