African-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)

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Atlantic slave trade · Maafa
Slavery in the United States
Military history of African Americans
Jim Crow laws · Redlining
Great Migration
Civil Rights Movements 1896–1954 and
1955–1968
Second Great Migration
Afrocentrism

African American studies
Neighborhoods · Juneteenth
Black Colleges and Universities
Kwanzaa · Art · Museums
Dance · Literature · Music · Schools

Black church
Black liberation theology
Black theology
Doctrine of Father Divine
American Society of Muslims
Nation of Islam
Black Hebrew Israelites
The Nation of Gods and Earths
Black Buddhist

Pan-Africanism · Nationalism
Black Power · Capitalism
Conservatism · Populism · Leftism
Black Panther Party · Garveyism

NAACP · SCLC · CORE · SNCC
NUL · Rights organizations
ASALH · UNCF
Thurgood Marshall College Fund
NBCC · NPHC · The Links · NCNW

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