How did the focus of the civil right movement change after 1965?
There was no longer a unified Civil Rights movement after 1965 and the passage of the Voting Rights Act. After MLK's assassination in 1968 the movement moved away from non-violent action and more towards militaristic actions.
It is important because the civil war freed the slaves, and the civil right movement helped African Americans gain rights. So if the civil war didn't take place there would be no civil rights movement.To answer your quesition, the civil war was important for the civil rights movement because one freed the africian Americans and one helped them gain rights.
What were the advantages and limitations of the Twenty-fourth Amendment for advancing the civil rights movement?
What connection did the American civil rights movement have to the struggles for human right in other areas of the world?
What are the release dates for Civil Right Movement Road Trip - 2013 Loraine Motel - National Civil Rights Museum Memphs Tennessee 1-4?
The anti-apartheid movement involved many countries around the world that agreed to stop trading with South Africa to persuade them to stop Aparthied, while the Civil Right movement involved only one country (the United States). This is only one reason, and I'm sure there are more, but hope this helps a little!
White men If you mean the Civil Rights Act of 1875, the first answer is pretty much correct. However, the poster is probably thinking of the civil rights movement that resulted in the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This act did not substantially change who had the RIGHT to vote. Blacks, women, and other minorities had the right to vote but this act eliminated many voter registration standards, such as literacy tests, that had been…