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marches


(MARCH-ez)

Large groups of people who walk together to show what they believe in.

marches

peaceful


(PEES-fuhl)

People who are peaceful use their words, not their fists, to work out problems.

  peaceful

segregation


(seg-ruh-GAY-shun)

The act of keeping groups of people apart. Some segregation laws said that African-American people and white people could not sit together on the bus.

  segregation

integration


(in-tuh-GRAY-shun)

The act of bringing people together into one group. After integration laws were passed, everyone could sit together on the bus.

  integration

sit-ins


(SIT-inz)

Groups of people who gather in a certain place to show what they believe in. People at a sit-in refuse to leave until they get what they think is right.

  sit-ins
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