Success was a big part of the Civil Rights Movement.

The civil rights movement in the 1950’s and 60’s was a monumental event in American history.

This was a very significant event for the civil rights movement.

Hundreds of thousands of civil rights activists utilized non violent resistance and civil disobediance to revolt against racial segregration and discrimination.

Second, the civil rights movement broadened the concept of leadership to include women.

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The key players in succeeding with the civil rights movement were the soldiers returning from the war, Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and the anti-Vietnam War activists.

Constitution every American or should it be person, is guaranteed civil rights.

This era brought with it many of the seminal events in civil-rights history: the start of the Freedom Rides in 1961, the University of Mississippi’s admission of its first black student, and the Birmingham riots of 1963.

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Martin Luther King, Jr., the Leader of the Civil Rights Movement

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The success of the Civil Rights Movement encouraged racial and ethnic minorities to struggle for their rights and follow the lead of African Americans in terms of struggle for equal rights and liberties. In this respect, it is worth mentioning the rise of the struggle of Asian Americans for equal rights and liberties which started in the 1950s and carried on through the 1960s – 1970s. Other ethnic minority groups used the experience of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s to gain equal rights and liberties.

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In addition, the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s stimulated the emergence of the feminist movement which grew particularly strong in the 1960s and 1970s. The feminist movement aimed against the gender oppression and the domination of males in the society. In fact, the feminist movement attempted to change existing gender-related biases and stereotypes and open the way for new opportunities for women. Feminists used the Civil Rights Movement’s experience to start the organized struggle for equal rights and liberties.

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Furthermore, the sexual revolution of the 1960s may be also viewed as the effect of the Civil Rights Movement because it was the liberation of the younger generation and refusal from rigid, conservative norms and standards which limited the liberty of an individual in his or her sexual life.

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Although, race relations eventually changed in Mississippi due to federal force, civil rights legislation would pass but segregation continued in Mississippi because of unsupportive state government, lack of federal enforcement and white Mississippians continuous threats and intimidation.