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Who was arguably the most influential leader of the civil rights movement?
Martin Luther king Jr. was the most influential leader of the civil rights movement
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John F. Kennedy introduced the Civil Rights Ammendment, and Johnson passed it. But MLK was a great leader in the Civil Rights movement for blacks, as well as Malcom X. For the… Chicano movement, Cesar Chaves was a hero. Betty Freidam and Gloria Steinem were leaders in the Womans Civil Rights movement, and Harvey Milk lead the Gay Rights Movement.
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Was Martin Luther King's death the most influential factor in the escalation of violence within the black civil rights movement 1964-1975?
yes, because he was makeing every thing right for black people well he was trying. yes, because he was makeing every thing right for black people well he was trying….
History illustrates that the most effective civil rights movements have been nonviolent demonstrations such as Gandhi's independence movement in India; MLK's peaceful marches …and speeches in the US; or the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina.
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Martin Luther king Jr.
the people were martin luther king, rosa parks, and the people that want to have rights from the jim crow laws after emmit till died
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There were a number of leaders in the US Civil Rights movement in the 1960's in the United States. Probably the best recognized one, who gained worldwide fame was Martin Luthe…r King Jr.
Martin Luther King's civil rights movement was the most effective. Dr. King brought out the conscience of the African American like no other leader had.
Susan B. Anthony and Martin Luther King, Jr. were two leaders in the civil rights movement. Other prominent leaders included W.E.B. Du Bois and Alice Paul.
1955 and 1956 were a time when the right movement was as its peak. The bus boycott made the movement a great one. Claudette Colvin was the first person arrested for resist…ing bus segregation in Montgomery, Alabama, preceding the more publicized Rosa Parks and she was among the five women originally included in the federal court case, filed on February 1, 1956 as Browder v. Gayle, and testified before the three-judge panel that heard the case in the United States District Court. She was only 15 years old were Rosa was 42 at the time of her case. The other women were, Aurelia Browder, Mary Louise Smith and Susie McDonald. At the time of the occurrences on the buses, the leader of the movement didn't know that some women were being breaking the segregation laws to make their cases heard. In about 9 months later Martin Luther king jump out in the next case which was the Rosa Park's case.