The civil rights movement (also known as the african-american civil rights movement, american civil rights movement and other terms. H-netreviews civil rights, including sanitation, lead poisoning, and public health it highlights important interconnections betweenafrican-americanandlatinoactivism,andun. Though the civil rights movement may be something we learn about in history class, it still lies at the center of america’s continuing attempt to live up. Invisible revolutionaries: white women in civil rights historiography joan c browning journal of women's history, volume 8, number 3, fall 1996, pp 186-204. The african-american civil rights movement was a group of social movements in the united states their goal was to gain equal rights for african-american people.
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