The civil rights movement is one of the most penetrating movements in the 20th century United States. With charismatic leaders, including Martin Luther King
it took one hundreds of years of discrimination and violence against the country's African-American citizens. By the 1950s and 60s, African Americans had had enough.
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They also prevented black people from using public facilities such as schools and parks. Interracial marriage was illegal
and most Black people couldn’t vote because they were unable to pass voter literacy tests. laws were made to minimize the ability of black people to vote.