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(See Worksheet 3-5 below for interview transcripts.)


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1. Impact of nonviolent resistance. Wyatt T. Walker talks about his activism work with Martin Luther King, Jr. that led to the 1964 Civil Rights Act and 1965 Voting Rights Act.

2. Effectiveness of the nonviolent resistance training. C.T. Vivian describes how his training in the methodology of nonviolence was tested while he was in prison.

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Document 3-1 Dr. King's "Letter from a Birmingham Jail"

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Worksheet 3-1

Analyzing Nonviolence

Worksheet 3-2 Six Principles of Nonviolence

Worksheet 3-3 Six Steps of Nonviolent Social Change

Worksheet 3-4 Analyzing Nonviolent Resistance in Birmingham, 1963

Worksheet 3-5 Video Clip Transcripts

 

 

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