A culture with values and beliefs different than the mainstream.
Refers to young Americans, especially during the 1960s, who reject the conventions of established society.
A group living arrangement in which members share everything and work together.
The quality or state of being agreeable to reason.
The belief that men and women should be equal politically, economically, and socially.
Term applied to the characteristics of a male or female.
Capable of existing in harmony.
Being restored or returned to the country of origin, allegiance, or citizenship.
The practice of teaching immigrant students in their own language.
In a like matter, similary.
Sufficient for a specific requirement, completed to its minimum requirements.
Port Huron Statement
Organization within the New Left was Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), founded in 1959. Called for an end to apathy and urged citizens to stop accepting a country run by big corporations and bi government.
Editor of the University of Michigan's student newspaper. Wrote Port Huron Statement.
Free Speech Movement
Began when the university decided to restrict students' rights to distribute literature and to recruit volunteers for political causes on campus.
One of the most famous hippie destinations in San Francisco.
Held in upstate New York in August 1969, and Altamont, California, hundreds of thousands of people gathered to listen to the new music.
Major folk singer. Became an important voice.
Equal Pay Act
Outlawed paying men more than women for the same job.
Tried to desrcibe te reasons for their discontent in her book The Feminine Mystique, published in 1963.
National Organization for Women (NOW)
An organization to promote feminist goals.
An author who became one of the movement's leading figures.
Equal Rights Amendment (ERA)
Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.
Organized the Stop-ERA campaign.
Prohibited federally funded schools from discriminating against women in nearly all aspects of its operations, from admissions to athletics.
League of United Latin American Citizens
Fight discrimination against persons of Latin American ancestry.
American Gl Forum
Founded to protect the rights of Mexican American veterans.
Organized two groups that fought for farmworkers. Enlisted college students, churches, and civil rights groups to organize a national boycott of table grapes.
United Farm Workers (UFW)
Kept the boycott going until 1970, when the grape growers finally agreed to raise wages and improve working conditions.
La Raza Unida
Promoted Latino causes and supported Latino candidates in Texas, California, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.
Bilingual Education Act
Directed school districts to set up classes for immigrants in their own language while they were learning English.
Agreement in form, manner, or character.
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