SOCIAL STDIES HELP!

1. What caused the civil rights movement to gain momentum? (1 point)
the post-war economy after World War I***
African American discontent during the Great Depression
African Americans wanting equal rights after World War II
Southern politicians beginning to support the idea of integration

2. Which of the following was not a motivation of the civil rights movement? (1 point)
African Americans significantly contributed to their country and desired to be recognized as equal.
African Americans wanted to end disfranchisement.***
African Americans wanted to raise awareness of their plight through violent demonstrations.
African Americans wanted to end segregation.

3. What were some of the goals of the civil rights movement? (1 point)
racial equality
end of disfranchisement
prohibiting segregation
all of the above***

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