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my 10 pivoltal people/ Events in US

8. Niagara Movement
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8. Niagara Movement

A. The Niagara movement was a civil right group in 1905. the movement attempted to bring about legal change, addressing the issues of crime, economics, religion, health and education. B. the impact it have on me is that I can address an issues of a crime. C today people can go anywhere without no one telling them other wise.

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7. President Franklin Roosevelt. Civil Rights for African Americans
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7. President Franklin Roosevelt. Civil Rights for African Americans

A. President Franklin Roosevelt's new deal provident more federal support to African Americans. so that means he was giving them more rights B. the impact on me is that I have the rights that I have today. I don't have to go though some things that the African American's went though back in the day. C. African American's don't have to go to a different school anymore run all the way that's a mile away to use the bathroom today, they have rights! rights that they are treated like humans not like animals.

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1. Jeannette Rankin. US house of reperesentaatives
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1. Jeannette Rankin. US house of reperesentaatives

A. Jeanette Rankin was the first women to be voted in the US house of Representatives, she says " I may be the first women in congress but I won't be the last" B. The impact she had on me is that she makes me wants to do stuff that I really want to try but I was afraid to do, because no one of the same sex was doing it. C. more and more woman are getting vote into US house of Representatives.

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2. Margaret Sanger. Birth conrol
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2. Margaret Sanger. Birth conrol

A. Margaret sanger was the woman to make it possible for women to choose to have a child or not. "No woman can call herself free until she can choose consciously whether she will or will not be an mother" B. the impact that it had on me is that I can know have a choice to be a mother or not. C. woman can know make the designing to have the baby.

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3. MCCORMICK, Ruth Hanna. US house of representatives
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3. MCCORMICK, Ruth Hanna. US house of representatives

A. she was an other women in the US House of Representatives. B, in 1912 she won the first of two terms in the liilons legislature as an progressive-republic. she also help in the Equal Suffrage Act and help to make women vote.

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4. 19th Amendment. Women's Right to Vote
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4. 19th Amendment. Women's Right to Vote

A. This document made it possible for woman to vote in America. B. now when I'm older I can vote. C. today it can make woman vote in America

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5. Mrs. Stanley McCormick and Mrs. Charles Parker
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5. Mrs. Stanley McCormick and Mrs. Charles Parker

this picture sows tow women name Mrs. Stanley McCormick and Mrs. Charles Parker holding a poster that says National Woman Suffrage Association. that is a movement when the women rights move split into two groups over the issue of suffrage African American men.

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6.National Woman's Party
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6.National Woman's Party

A. the national woman's party was an American woman's organization formed in 1916 as an outgrowth of the congressional union for woman suffrage, they also started to make methods to fight for an equal rights amendment, B. how this impact me is that this party help me vote, when i get older. C. today half of the population that is female can vote today.

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7. President Franklin Roosevelt
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7. President Franklin Roosevelt

A. President Franklin Roosevelt was part of the civil rights movement. what he doing was focusing on the blacks. he made a few rights for the Africa Americans. B. how this impact on me is that some of the rights I have today is because of him, even if he didn't really do much he did help a bit. C. today we will always remember how Roosevelt help with the civil rights movement.

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8. NAACP
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8. NAACP

A. The National Association for the Advancement of colored or NAACP people was made in 1909. it is Americas oldest and largest civil rights organization. it was made from both white and black people. they made it to stop the ongoing violence against African Americans. B. the impact this have on me is that there is no more violence, at least not that much, and I can be safe. C. today, the NAACP is still going on and have at least half a million people in this group.

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9. Niagara Movement
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9. Niagara Movement

A. The Niagara Movement attempted to bring about legal change, addressing the issues of crime, economics, religion, health, and education. this movement was different from the other. This movement was powerful. B. The impact it put on me was legal change. C. Today this movement is always going to be remember.

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10.CORE
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10.CORE

A. Core also know as The Congress Of Racial Equality. its part of the civil rights movement. when this movement was moving around from place to place more and more people join them. B. The impact this have on me is the equals I get. C. what this is today is to be known as Core.

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