#M11267 – 2013 Marshall Islands Civil Rights 10v

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Mint Stamps Chronicle Civil Rights Movement in America
Issued in 2013 to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, this mint sheet of 10 Marshall Islands stamps features original artwork honoring important events from the Civil Rights movement.  They include:

Executive Order 9981 – Issued in 1948 by President Harry Truman, abolishing racial discrimination in the armed forces.

Brown v. Board of Education – A 1954 court case declaring that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.

Montgomery Bus Boycott – Begun with Rosa Parks' 1955 arrest for refusing to give up her seat on the bus, it brought an end to segregated buses in Alabama.

Little Rock Nine
– A group of nine African American students are denied entrance to school.  With the aid of President Eisenhower, they are admitted the next day.

Lunch Counter Sit-ins – A series of 1960 nonviolent protests in North Carolina that led Woolworth departments stores to end segregation in their stores. 

Freedom Riders – Civil Rights activists rode interstate buses in 1961 to challenge those who ignored the integration of public buses.

"I Have a Dream" speech – Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his famed 1963 speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial calling for an end to racism.

Civil Rights Act – A 1964 act that banned discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.  It also ended racial segregation in schools, workplaces, and public facilities.

Selma March – A series of 54-mile marches between Selma, and Montgomery, Alabama protesting racial injustice in 1965.

Voting Rights Act – The 1965 legislation that prohibits racial discrimination in voting.  Often considered the most effective piece of civil rights legislation ever passed in America.

Add all this important civil rights history to your collection – order now.

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Issued in 2013 to mark the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, this mint sheet of 10 Marshall Islands stamps features original artwork honoring important events from the Civil Rights movement.  They include:

Executive Order 9981 – Issued in 1948 by President Harry Truman, abolishing racial discrimination in the armed forces.

Brown v. Board of Education – A 1954 court case declaring that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional.

Montgomery Bus Boycott – Begun with Rosa Parks' 1955 arrest for refusing to give up her seat on the bus, it brought an end to segregated buses in Alabama.

Little Rock Nine
– A group of nine African American students are denied entrance to school.  With the aid of President Eisenhower, they are admitted the next day.

Lunch Counter Sit-ins – A series of 1960 nonviolent protests in North Carolina that led Woolworth departments stores to end segregation in their stores. 

Freedom Riders – Civil Rights activists rode interstate buses in 1961 to challenge those who ignored the integration of public buses.

"I Have a Dream" speech – Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his famed 1963 speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial calling for an end to racism.

Civil Rights Act – A 1964 act that banned discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.  It also ended racial segregation in schools, workplaces, and public facilities.

Selma March – A series of 54-mile marches between Selma, and Montgomery, Alabama protesting racial injustice in 1965.

Voting Rights Act – The 1965 legislation that prohibits racial discrimination in voting.  Often considered the most effective piece of civil rights legislation ever passed in America.

Add all this important civil rights history to your collection – order now.