A short lecture over viewing major concepts found on the United States History and Government Regents examination. Touches base with the meaning of the 14th amendment, Plesey v Ferguson, Booker T. Washington, WEB DuBois, Martin Luther King, NAACP, Brown v Board of Ed, the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, civil disobedience as well as some other ideas. Very broad! DO not rely on for essays, you'll need to go deeper.
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