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    The Civil Rights Movement's Effect on Social Change

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    During the 1960s, African Americans made substantial gains in asserting their freedoms and rights.

    how did the civil rights movement produce significant social change not only for African Americans, but also for Native Americans, Latinos and women?

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    The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's improved the freedom and the rights of African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos and women in various ways. In dealing with the African American people they were now allowed to enter white learning institutions and to enter other enterprises of white merchants. African Americans were improving the Voting Rights. There were a lot ...

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    this article is about the general ideas of the Civil Rights Movement. It talks about some of the basic ideas of how this movement changed society.

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