Asked in History of the United StatesPolitics and Government
History of the United States
Politics and Government
When did segregation end in Alabama?
August 21, 2014 11:01PM
In the state of Alabama, segregation ended on November 13th, 1956. In June of the same year, it was ruled by the federal district court that the segregation ordinances in the city of Montgomery, were unconstitutional.
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Who was the governor of Alabama who wanted segregation?
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Martin Luther King Jr did not end segregation, but he was at the forefronts in the cause to end segregation. Many people, under his leadership, fought to end segregation in America, such as Rosa Parks and Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. President Lynden B. Johnson was very supportive of the cause to end segregation. Finally, the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act were passed that aided in the end to institutionalized segregation.
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Did John F. Kennedy put an end to segregation?
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