Americans’ Memories of the Civil Rights Movement - American Identity Research Project
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Americans’ Memories of the Civil Rights Movement - American Identity Research Project

18 August 2022

Summary

The anniversary of the March on Washington is an opportunity to revisit one of the most famous events of the movement, but also to highlight our shared recognition of the importance of learning more and honoring the era. [...] There is a broad agreement on the celebrate the civil rights movement and knowledge and shared memories of the importance of teaching more about the see it as advancing freedom and equality era. [...] More in Common 4 Significance More in Common For most Americans, the civil rights movement advanced the values of freedom and equality in the US and was an important example of Americans exercising their right to protest. [...] The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s advanced the Numbers in % values of freedom and equality in my country. [...] The civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s advanced the Numbers in % values of freedom and equality in my country.

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