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U.S. History SOL 8D

Teacher: Ms. Abbott
The doing away with the practice of providing separate schools and other public facilities for racial groups, especially blacks and whites
The term used to describe the equal and legal rights that women were demanding in the 1960s
Congress passed this act in 1956, which called for network of high-speed roads linking the entire nation; it was the biggest public works project in history
A group within a country, state, or community that differs in race, religion, or national origin from the larger part of the population
Not allowing or practicing discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, gender, or national origin
Passed in 1944, it provided educational and economic help to veterans; 7.8 million veterans attended school and others started businesses
Data that describes the statistics of human populations (including information on size, distribution, diseases, births, and deaths)
A former member of the armed forces, especially during World War II (old soldier, sailor, or airman)
Established no segregation rule in public places (hotels, restaurants, theaters); created the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission); and included efforts of African Americans and others who were for equality voting
The term for the generation born between the years of 1946 and 1961, when the U.S. birthrate sharply increased following World War II which led to changing demographics