Protesting Prejudice: The American Civil Rights Movement (1950-1960)

The mid-20th century was an important turning point for African-Americans, with protests and rights movements that led to laws being changed in their favour. NAYANTARA CHANDRASEKHAR tells you more.

Black discrimination has been rampant throughout American history, ranging from slavery in the 1700s to police brutality as recently as last year. While slavery was technically abolished with the end of the Civil War in 1865, it took a long time for a declaration on paper to have a tangible impact a
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