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The 14th Amendment to the US Constitution adopted 1868 Context Note
Women in the territory of Wyoming are given the right to vote 1869 Context Note
Congress grants woman attorneys the right to argue cases before the Supreme Court 1878 Context Note
US President petitioned by suffragists for the vote 1884 Context Note
Force Bill for federal control of elections is rejected by US Senate 1890 Context Note
NAACP founded 1909 Context Note
Arizona, Kansas and Wisconsin adopt women's suffrage 1912 Context Note
House of Representatives defeats women's suffrage proposal 1915 Context Note
Civil Rights Movement 1954 - 1975 Context Note
Rosa Parks refuses to give up her seat on a bus in Alabama 1955 Context Note
Martin Luther King spearheads national campaign to end race discrimination 1957 Context Note
Start of Freedom rides anti-racism campaign 1960 Context Note
American Feminism: Second Wave Women's Movement (USA) 1960 - 1980 Context
The sit-in movement begins 1960 Context Note
Civil Rights march in Washington, DC; Martin Luther King's ‘I Have A Dream’ speech 1963 Context Note
Birmingham, Alabama, church bombing kills four 1963 Context Note
Bodies of three Civil Rights workers found in Philadelphia, Mississippi 1964 Context Note
The Black Panther Party 1965 - 1980 Context
Black Power 1966 - 1980 Context
1968 1968 Context

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