ついに自由を我らに – 米国の公民権運動


1. 奴隷制の米国への拡大 
2.「他の人間の5分の3」  -棚上げされた約束
3.「分離すれど平等」 -「再建」の失敗に対するアフリカ系米国人の反応
4. チャールズ・ハミルトン・ヒューストンとサーグッド・マーシャル -人種隔離制度に対する法的な挑戦の開始
6.「このままではいけない」 -法的平等の確立
7. エピローグ


Free At Last: The U.S. Civil Rights Movement



Slavery Spreads to America: Introduction

A Global Phenomenon Transported to America

Slavery Takes Hold

Slave Life and Institutions

Family Bonds

“Three-Fifths of Other Persons”: A Promise Deferred

A Land of Liberty?

The Pen of Frederick Douglass

The Underground Railroad

By the Sword

The Rebellious John Brown

The American Civil War

“Separate but Equal”

Congressional Reconstruction

Temporary Gains … and Reverses

The Advent of “Jim Crow”

Booker T. Washington: The Quest for Economic Independence

W.E.B. Du Bois: The Push for Political Agitation

The Legal Challenge to Segregation

Charles Hamilton Houston: The Man Who Killed Jim Crow

Thurgood Marshall: Mr. Civil Rights

The Brown Decision

“We Have a Movement” - Introduction

“Tired of Giving In”: The Montgomery Bus Boycott


Freedom Rides

The Albany Movement

Arrest in Birmingham

Letter from Birmingham Jail

“We Have a Movement”

The March on Washington

“It Cannot Continue”: Establishing Legal Equality

Changing Politics

Lyndon Baines Johnson

The Civil Rights Act of 1964

The Act’s Powers

The Voting Rights Act of 1965: The Background

Bloody Sunday in Selma

The Selma-to-Montgomery March

The Voting Rights Act Enacted

What the Voting Rights Act Does

SPOTLIGHT: The Genius of the Black Church

SPOTLIGHT: Black Soldiers in the Civil War

Marcus Garvey: Another Path

Ralph Johnson Bunche: Scholar and Statesman

Jackie Robinson: Breaking the Color Barrier

Rosa Parks: Mother of the Civil Rights Movement

Civil Rights Workers: Death in Mississippi

Medgar Evers: Martyr of the Mississippi Movement

White Southerners’ Reactions to the Civil Rights Movement

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