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started a nationwide wide boycott forcing growers to negotiate a contract with the united farm workers cesarchavez
act passed in 1970 that lessened air pollution by limiting the emissions from factories and automobiles cleanairact
an amendment to the constitutional that would gurantee gener equality under the law era
small commmunities that people share resources commune
movement that upheld values differnet from those of mainstream culture counterculture
this women pointed out how human actions were harming not only the environment but people themselves rachelcarson
was to protect the entire ecological chain epa
an organization that dedicated itself to winning true equality for all women now
focused on helping indians living in urban ghettos aim
this women wrote a message called " the feminine mystique" bettyfriedan
thoery that women and men should have political, social, and economic equality feminism
movement that focused on raising mexican american consciousness chicanomovement
lawyer who began to investigate whether if flawed car designs led to increase traffic accidents and deaths ralphnader
poisonous bypruducts of human activity toxicwaste
law passed in 1973 with the purpose of protecting endangerd plants and animals endangerdspeciesact
annual event of environmental activism and protest, begun in 1970 earthday
a person who travels from farm to farm migrantfarmworker
lack of understanding and communicating between younger and older members of society generationgap
a 1960 english rock band beatles
tried to change awarness through the mass media gloriasteinem
1973 law that restricted the pollution of water by industry and agriculture cleanwateract

Chapter 17 Vocabulary Crossword

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Description

1960's English rock band that made a triumphant visit to the US in 1964 Beatles
Group that focused on helping Indians, including the securing of legal rights, land, and self-government for Native Americans (American Indian Movement) AIM
Wrote groundbreaking book about women, "The Feminine Mystique" Betty Friedan
Movement that focused on raising Mexican American consciousness Chicano Movement
Most influential Latino activist who fought for farm laborers, who were among the most exploited workers in the nation Cesar Chavez
Pointed out that human actions were harming not only the environment, but people themselves Rachel Carson
A lawyer who began to investigate whether flawed car designs led to increased traffic accidents and deaths Ralph Nader
A one-time Harvard researcher who preached that drugs could free the mind Timothy Leary
Movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture Counterculture
Small communities where people share resources Commune
Annual event of environmental activism and protest, begun in 1970 Earth Day
Proposed amendment to the Constitution that guarantees gender equality (Equal Rights Amendment) ERA
Theory that women and men should have political, social, and economic equality Feminism
Tried to change awareness through the mass media Gloria Steinem
Lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society Generation Gap
Poisonous byproduct of human activity Toxic Waste
Labor union of farm workers that used nonviolent tactics including a worker's strike and a consumer boycott of table grapes (United Farm Workers) UFW
Person who travels from farm to farm, and sometimes from state to state, to pick fruits and vegetables Migrant Farmworker
Organization established by Betty Friedan to combat discrimination against women in the workplace and education (National Organization for Women) NOW
A conservative political activist who denounced women's liberation as "a total assault on the family, on marriage, and on children" Phyllis Schlafly

chapter 17 crossword

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Description

movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture counterculture
lack of under4standing between younger and older members of society generation gap
english rock band from the '60's beatles
small communities where people share their resources commune
political radical who preached the wonders of drugs and falling away from mainstream society timothy leary
theory that women and men should have equal political, social, and economical equality feminism
national orginization for women NOW
Equal rights ammendment ERA
person who travels around to pick fruits and vegetables migrant farmworker
united farmworkers UFW
movement that focused on raising mexican american consciousness chicano movement
American indian movement AIM
author of "unsafe at any speed" ralph nader
author of "silent spring" rachel carson
poisonous by-product of human activity toxic waste
enviromental protection agency EPA
act passeed in 1970 that lessened air pollution clean air act
1973 law that restricted pollution of water clean water act
annual event of enviromental activism, started in 1970 earth day
law passed in 1973 with the purpose of protecting endangered plants and animals endagered species act

Ch.17 Vocab Crossword Puzzle

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Description

Was the movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture. counterculture
The lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society. generation gap
Where in small communities, people share resources and have comman interest. commune
The theory that women and men should have political, social, and economic equalilty. feminism
She powerfully articulated a message to women about their rights. She wrote a book called, "The Feminine Mystuque." She also created NOW. betty frieden
The National Organization for Women was established by Betty Frieden, to combat discrimination against womenin the workplace and education. NOW
The Equal Rights Amendment proposed amendment to the constitution that guarantees gender eqaulity. ERA
The United Farm Workers is a labor union of farm workers that used nonviolent tactics including a workers strike and a consumer boycott of table grapes. UFW
He was the most influential Latino activist. He fought for rights for farm laborers, who were among the most exploited wokers in the nation. Cesar Chavez
A person who travels from farm to farm and sometimes state to state, to pick fruit and vegetables. migrant farmworker
The movement was an extension of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement which began in the 1940s with the stated goal of achieving Mexican American empowerment. The civil rights movement time was in the 1960s. chicano movement
The American Indian Movement is a group that focused on helping Indians, including the securing of legal rights, land, and self-government for Native Americans. AIM
The Enviromental Protection Agency government agency committed to cleaning up and protecting the enviroment. EPA
The annual event of enviromental activism and protest, begun in 1970. earth day
A poisonous byproduct of human activity. Also, can pose a long-term risk to health or environment. toxic waste
A American marine biologist and conservationist whose book, "Silent Spring" and other writings are crdited with advancing the global enviromental movement. Rachel Carson
the largest andThe most well-known Japanese American organization in the United States. JACL
An English rock band, which made a great impact on society. Rock became "a weapon of cultural revolution." Beatles
A conservative political activist who denounced women's liberation as "a total assault on the family, on marriage, and on children." She worked hard to defeat the ERA. Phyllis Schlafly
The law with the purpose of protecting endangered plants and animals. endangered species act

Chapter 17 Vocabulary Crossword

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Crossword
Description

This is a movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture counterculture
small communities where people share resources commune
theory that women and men should have political, social, and economic equality feminism
organization established by Betty Friedom to combat discrimination against women in the work place and education NOW
proposed amaendment to the constitution that guarantees gender equality ERA
person who travels from farm to farm, sometimes state to state to pick fruit and vegetables migrant farmer
labor union of farm workers that used nonviolent tavtics including a workers strike and a consumer boycott of table grapes UFW
movement that focused on raising Mexican Americans consciousness chicano movement
group that focused on helping indians, including the securing of legal rights, land, and self goverment for Native Americans AIM
poisonous byproducts of human activity toxic waste
annual event of environmental activism and protest Earth Day
goverment agency committed to cleaning up and protecting the environment EPA
lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society generation gap
latino activist and formed that United Farm Workers Cesar Chaves
act passed in 1970 that lessened air polution by limiting the emissions from factories and automobiles clean air act
1973 law that restricted the pollution of water by industry and agriculture clean water act
law passed in 1973 with the purpose of protecting endangered plants and animals endangered species act
rock band Beatles
investigated whether flawed car designs led to increased traffic accidents and deaths Ralph Nader
pointed out that human actions were harming the environment and people themselves Rachel Carson

Chaper 17 Vocab Crossword Puzzle

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Description

Movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture. Counterculter
Lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society. Generation Gap
A popular band from the times of these movements, are remembered foundly to this day by older generations. Beatles
Small communities where people share resources. Commune
A political radical who was also a Harvard researcher. Timothy Leary
The theory that women and men both deserved poltitical, social, and economic equality. Feminism
Large feminist that wrote multiple books for the cause. Betty Friedan
An organization that was established by Betty Friedan and multiple other feminist to combat discrimination against women in the workplace and education. NOW
A proposed amendment to the Constitution that guarantees gender equality. ERA
A feminist that started the Ms. magazine. Gloria Steinem
Political female activist against feminism. Phyllis Schlafly
Latino activist supporting immagrational rights. Cesar Chavez
Latino workers who picked fruits and vegetables from farm to farm. Migrant Farmworker
A union started by Cesar Chavez, was formed for migrant farmworkers. UFW
A broad Mexican American social and political effort. Chicano movement
A group that focused on helping Indians, the securing of legal rights, land, and self-government for Native Americans. AIM
Founded in 1929 to protect Japanese American civil rights. JACL
A lawyer whi began to investigate whether flawed car designs contributed to traffic accidents or even deaths. Ralph Nader
The person that pointed out tha thuman actions weren't just hurting the environment but people themselves. Rachel Carson
A poisonous byproduct of human activity. Toxic Waste
A day formed to focus on helping the environment started in the 1970's. Earth Day
An act that set limits on pollution, started by President Nixon. EPA
An act that helped limit and reduce the amount air pollution production. Clean Air Act
Limited the production of water pollution by industry and agriculture. Clean Water Act
Promoted the protection of endangered species of plants or animals. Endangered Species Act

Chapter 17 Vocab Crossword Puzzle

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Description

Movement tha upheld values different from those of mainstream culture. Counter Culture
Lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society. GenerationGap
a popular band that occured around the time period of the generation gap and is foundly remembered to this day. Beatles
small communities where people share resources. Commune
a political radical who was also a Harvard researcher. Timothy Leary
theory that women and men should have political, social, and economic equality. Feminism
large feminist who wrote multiple books about the movement. Betty Friedan
Organization established by Betty Friedan to combat discrimination against women in the workplace and in education. NOW
proposed amendment to the Constitution that guaruntees gender equality. ERA
feminist who started the Ms. magazine. Gloria Steinem
political female activist against feminism. PhyllisSchlafly
Latino activist supporting immigrantial rights. Cesar Chavez
working Latinos that picked fruit and vegetables from farm to farm. Migrant Farmworker
a union started by Cesar Chavez, formed by migrant workers also. UFW
a broad Mexican American social and political effort. Chicano Movement
group that focused on helping Indians, including the securing of legal rights, land, and self-government for Native Americans. AIM
founded in 1929 to protect Japanese American civilian's rights. JACL
a lawyer who pointed began to investigate wether flawed car designs increased traffic accidents and deaths. Ralph Nader
a person whom pointed out that human actions weren't only harming the environment but people themselves. RachelCarson
poisonous byproduct of human activity. Toxicwaste
a day formed to help the environment and focuses on things such as recycling and protecting the environment. earth day
an act that set limits on pollution, created by Richard Nixon. EPA
an act that helped reduce and limit the amount of air pollution released into the atmosphere. CleanAirAct
limited the pollution of water from industry and agriculture. CleanWaterACt
promoted the protection of endangered species and animals. Endangered Species Act

Chapter 17 Crossword Puzzle

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Crossword
Description

American Indian Movement AIM
A popular rock band during the 1960's. Beatles
National Organization for Women NOW
A subculture whose values and norms of behavior differ substantially from those of mainstream society, often in opposition to mainstream cultural mores. Counterculture
An American constitutional lawyer and conservative activist. PhyllisSchlafly
An annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Earthday
An American political activist, author, lecturer, and attorney, noted for his involvement in consumer protection, environmentalism, and government reform causes. Ralphnader
Is a difference of opinions between one generation and another regarding beliefs, politics, or values. generationgap
Environmental Protection Agency. epa
An American feminist, journalist, and social and political activist, who became nationally recognized as a leader and a spokeswoman for the feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s. gloriasteinem
Started a nationwide boycott of California grapes, forcing growers to negotiate a contract with the United Farm Workers in 1970. cesarchavez
Any people working outside there own country. migrantfarmworker
An American writer, activist, and feminist. A leading figure in the women's movement in the United States. bettyfriedan
United Farm Workers. ufw
A waste material that can cause death, injury or birth defects to living creatures. toxicwaste
An American psychologist and writer known for advocating the exploration of the therapeutic potential of psychedelic drugs under controlled conditions. timothyleary
Is an extension of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement which began in the 1940s with the stated goal of achieving Mexican American empowerment. chicanomovement
the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men. feminism
An American marine biologist and conservationist whose book Silent Spring and other writings are credited with advancing the global environmental movement. rachelcarson
A group of people living together and sharing possessions and responsibilities. commune

Crossword Search

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Description

movement to be the different from mainstream culture counterculture
lack of understanding between young and old generation gap
british music group popular in 60s beatles
small communities of people commune
man that was a supporter of counterculture timothy leary
wanting equality between men and women feminism
wrote feminine mystique betty friedan
organization created by betty to combat discrimination NOW
group that helped make an amendment for gender equality era
big feminist in the media gloria steinem
lawyer against feminism phyllis schafly
migrant farm worker that fought for civil rights cesar chavez
workers who migrate from farm to farm migrant farmworker
labor union of farmworkers ufw
movement that focused on raising awarness for mexican americans chianco movement
group that helped native americans aim

Era of Protest and Change Crossword

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Description

movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture counterculture
lack of understanding and communication between older and younger members of society Generation Gap
an english rock band Beatles
small communities where people share resources commune
theory that women and men should have political,social, and economic equality feminism
(national organization for women)establish by betty friedan to combat discrimination against women in the workplace and education now
(equal rights amendment)proposed amendment to the constitution that guarantees gender equality era
(environmental protection agency)government agency committed to cleaning up and protecting the environment epa
annual event of environmental activism and protest,begun in 1970 earth day
person who travels farm to farm amd sometimes state to state, to pick fruit and vegetables migrantworker
(united farm workers)labor union of farmworkers that used nonviolent tactics including a workers strike and a consumer boycott of table grapes ufw
when a broader mexican american social and political effort grew chicano movemet
(american indian movemet)focused on helping indians living in urban ghettos aim
a poisonous byproduct of human activities toxic waste
combated air pollution among other things clean air act
sought to limit the pollution of water by industry and agriculture clean water act
she pointed out that human actions were not only harming the environment but people themselves rachel carson
a latino activist who fought for rights for farm laborers,who were the most exploited workers in the nation cesar chavez
she tried to change awareness of women activism through mass media she also was a feminist gloria steimen
she was a femenist and she also stood for the equality of women betty friedan

Chapter 17 Vocabulary Crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

movement that upheld values different from those of mainstream culture counterculter
lack of understanding and communicating between older and younger members of society Generation gap
small communites where people share resources commune
therory that women and men should have political, social, and economic equality feminism
person who travels from farm to farm, and sometimes state to state, to pick fruit and vegies migrant farmerworker
movement that focused of raising Mexican American consiousness chicano movement
poisonous byproducts of human activity toxic waste
annual event of enviromental activism and protest, began in 1970 earth day
lessened in air pollution by limiting and emissions from factories and automobiles clean air act
law that restricted the pollution of water by industry and agriculter clean water act
law with the purpose of protecting endangered plants and animals endangered species act
wrote a book call "The Femine Mystique" Betty friedon
A English rock band, widely regarded as the foremost and most influential act of rock era beatles
proposed amendment to the constitutional that quarentees gender equality era
organization established by Betty Friedon to conbat discrimination against women in the workforce and education NOW
government agency committed to cleaning up and protecting the environment epa
labor union of farm workers that used nonviolent tactics including a workers' strike and a concumer boycott of table grapes ufw
group that focaused on helping Indians, including that securing of legal rights, land, and self-goverment for Native Americans aim
American feminist, journalist, and social political activists, leader for spokeswomen in the feminist movement gloria steinem
American labor leader and civil rights activist who helped cofound the National Farmworkers Association cesar chavez