Case study 1: The Civil Rights Movement in the United States 1954–65 - 1 Nature and characteristics of discrimination
Case study 1: The Civil Rights Movement in the United States 1954–65- 2 Protests and action
Case study 1: The Civil Rights Movement in the United States 1954–65 - 3 The role and significance of key actors_groups
Case study 2: Apartheid South Africa 1948–64 - 4 Nature and Characteristics of discrimination
Case study 2: Apartheid South Africa 1948–64 - 5 Protests and action
Case study 2: Apartheid South Africa 1948–64 - 6 The role and significance of key actors_groups
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