Can you check the mistakes in the following sentences? 1) The American Civil Rights Movement was a fight organised by M.L.King (was a non-violent organisation led by M..???) 2) It was different from the Black P Movement because the first

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  1. CIVICS

    20.evaluate the ways that the first amendment safeguards our rights. identify those rights give examples of limits to those rights, and discuss which of the rights you think are most important. explain your answer 21. Explain the difference between civil

  2. History

    The 1964 Civil Rights Act did all of the following except: a. ban discrimination on the grounds of sex b. prohibit racial discrimination in employment c. prohibit racial discrimination in privately owned businesses that provided public accommodations

  3. English 10

    Which of the following is a possible setting for works of American literary realism? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY! *a. American West *b. Post-Civil War South c. New England d. Gold Coast I think there is one more that needs to be check, but I don't know which one

  4. History

    which of the following was a significant part of the civil rights movement? a.) the civil rights movement got national attention. b.) laws were passed as a result of the civil rights movement. c.) the president provided support of the civil rights

  5. Social studies PLEASE HURRY

    20.evaluate the ways that the first amendment safeguards our rights. identify those rights give examples of limits to those rights, and discuss which of the rights you think are most important. explain your answer 21. Explain the difference between civil

  6. Social Studies

    1. which of the following was a significant part of the civil rights movement? (1 point) A. the civil rights movement got national attention B. laws were passed as a result of the civil rights movement C. the president provided his support of the civil

  7. government

    Which of the following describes a difference between the women’s and the civil rights movements of the 1950-1960s? A. The women’s movement was tied to the antiwar and student protests of the 1960s; the civil rights movement was not. B. The civil

  8. Language Arts HELP NEED !!!!!!!

    1)In all together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale. b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States. c)praise the work of the leaders of the

  9. Social Studies

    The contemporary issue of maternity leave is a continuation of which reform movement? a) African American rights b) women’s rights (my answer) c) temperance d) education Am I right?

  10. Social studies

    Why did the Republicans in Congress feel of the 14th amendment was necessary? A- they worried the healthy Southern planters would not comply with the civil rights act B- they were that president Johnson would not enforce the civil rights act C- they

  11. history

    1. “An individual who breaks a law that conscience tells him is unjust, and who willingly accepts the penalty of imprisonment in order to arouse the conscience of the community over its injustice, is in reality expressing the highest respect for the

  12. Social studies plzz help

    Why was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. a successful civil rights leader? A. He was a follower of Malcolm X and preached about using only sit-ins to achieve his goals. B. He used his political connections to gain government positions to advocate for civil

  13. History

    1.Which 19th century movements were most associated with each another? A- Socialism and imperialism B- Transcendentalism and utopianism C- abolitionism and manifest destiny D- romanticism and democratic-republicanism 2.The writings of Transcendentalists

  14. 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

  15. Language Arts

    Based on the text preview as well as research about the background of the novel in and the authors life, a reader can predict the novel will mostly be about. The novel is: Setting Background for Watsons A. A young boy who marches in Washington as part of

  16. History

    1.Which 19th century movements were most associated with each another? A- Socialism and imperialism B- Transcendentalism and utopianism C- abolitionism and manifest destiny D- romanticism and democratic-republicanism 2.The writings of Transcendentalists

  17. American Gov.

    in the case of schenck vs united states justice oliver wendell holmes jr wrote: "the most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theatre and causing a panic." this is an example of what kind of rights? a.

  18. history

    i need help and am confused Which of the following is an important difference between a civil right and a civil liberty? a.civil liberties come from the goverment b. civil rights belong to citiziens * my awnser c. civil liberties do not apply to forieners

  19. American History

    Which most accurately explains how John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government influenced the movement towards American independence? John Locke’s Two Treatises of Civil Government inspired the principle of salutary neglect, which colonists used to

  20. us history

    What was the main effect of the Civil War on the women's movement? A. The women's movement shifted their focus to helping widows of the Civil War. B. The movement was put on hold while women focused on anti-slavery reform and the war effort. C. The

  21. English 101, Politics

    This is for my English 101 class, I have to write a 3 page paper. Why did the recent history of liberalism and neoconservatism curiously mirror and parallel the modern African American civil rights movement?

  22. English 7 - Essay Check

    Perseverance means to never give up during difficult times. For example, people may choose to persevere after experiencing a serious injury. Rosa Parks is a former civil rights leader. Rosa Parks’ words and actions showed that she persevered in

  23. English

    I urgently need you to check these sentences. Whad do you think I should do? 1) I graduated with honours in modern languages and I know how important memory is in learning a foreign language. 2) The headmaster of the school I'm teaching at has warned me

  24. history

    How did the minority groups’ struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? Which event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement? Explain why you bringing public attention to the

  25. government

    which act first established a federal commission to investigate claims of individual voter discrimination? a. civil rights act of 1957 b. civil rights act of 1960 c. civil rights act of 1964 d. voting rights act of 1965 i think its d.

  26. history

    How did the minority groups' struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? Which event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement? Explain why you selected this event.

  27. Social Studies (Ms. Sue)

    How did Rosa Park's refusal to stand up contribute to the civil rights movement? A: Her refusal to stand sparked a boycott that lead to the end of the segregation. Therefore, her courageous action marked the start of the civil rights movement.

  28. History

    2.The writings of Transcendentalists had the greatest influence on which of the following movements? A. Labor movement B. Women's movement C. Civil rights movement D. Counterculture movement I am stuck between 2 answers: B and C which is correct?

  29. Ethnic Diversity

    what role did civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights Movement

  30. History

    which statement represents a similarity between the women's rights movement and the civil rights movement? Both movements focused on voting rights.** Both movements focused on womens rights. Both movements fought for the rights of American Indians. Both

  31. Ethics

    Describe the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement. Civil disobedience means deliberately breaking a law that is believed to be unfair. When Rosa Parks sat in the front of the bus in Montgomery, Alabama, she was practicing civil

  32. cultural diversity

    what role did civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights Movement

  33. geography

    Use the drop-down menus to complete the sentences. The most severe financial crisis in the history of the United States and Canada was 1. world war ii 2.the great depression 3. the civil rights movement 4. the cold war

  34. politics

    5.These rights have been extended to state criminal trials and to other settings, such as educational and social service hearings. a.Rights of Free Speech b.Civil Rights c.Due Process Rights d.Civil Liberties C?

  35. LA HELP!!!!

    PLZ HELP! 1. Part A In "All Together Now," Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale.*** inform readers of the recent history of the civil rights movement in the United States.

  36. Social Studies

    in what way did the efforts of the Tuskegee Airmen contribute to the hopes for improved civil rights in the United States? A. The Tuskegee showed that integrated fighting units cold work well. B. The efforts of the African American Tuskegee Airmen during

  37. HiSTORY ....helpppppp

    Which of the following strategies did the NAACP employ to secure civil rights for A. Urging African Americans to vote for Democrats in return for support of civil rights legislation in Congressfrican Americans in the 1920s? B. Efforts to gain entrance to

  38. U.S History

    R(ace, Gender,and the Civil Rights Movements. The struggle in Mississippi.) In what ways were issue of gender at the heart of the Civil Rights struggle for both civil rights activists and white segregationists?

  39. history

    How did the civil rights movement change in the mid-1960’s

  40. History

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war. She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

  41. HISTORY

    1. Which factor contributed most to the increased importance of literature in American culture during the 19th century? (5 points) the success of major social-reform movements **** the spread of utopian communities throughout the nation the migration of

  42. U.S. History

    I am running out of ideas. Question: Did the climate of civil rights and related protest become so militant after 1965 that it was counterproductive, splintering support for civil rights causes and providing an opening for conservative opposition? We have

  43. history

    How did the minority groups’ struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? Which event from this time was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement?

  44. American Government

    Give an overview of the African American struggle for civil rights since the Civil War. In particular, give 2- mechanisms that were used in the South to withhold civil rights from African Americans. What did African Americans do to overcome these

  45. English

    I left ou few more sentences on the Civil Rights Movement. Thank you. 1) If it hadn't been for Rosa Parks, the Civil Rights Movement wouldn't have been successfull. 2) She was coming back home from work by bus. She was tired and sat down in an empty seat.

  46. us history

    "the american war is over, but this is far from being the case with the american revolution." i need to know 1 more event or area of american life that represents this quote, i already have government and the Bill of Rights The United States is still

  47. SOCIAL STUDIES

    How has the legacy of the civil rights movement influenced our society to strive for equality for all american citizens

  48. Social studies

    13. In what ways were the women's rights movement and the civil rights movement similar

  49. Language Arts

    1)In all together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale.*** b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States. c)praise the work of the leaders of

  50. Culture diversity

    describing the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement.

  51. cultural diversity

    to write a 75- to 100-word response describing the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement

  52. history

    What impact did President Kennedy have on the civil rights movement? President Kennedy instructed his cabinet to fight racism by establishing regional offices that would integrate schools. The Kennedy administration promoted cases throughout the United

  53. Social Studies

    1. what was important about boycotts, sit-ins, and freedom rides? 1. they drew public attention to the central issues of the civil rights movement 2. they were effective but but often violent protests 3. they were effective and peaceful protests 4. they

  54. Social Studies

    1. what was important about boycotts, sit-ins, and freedom rides? 1. they drew public attention to the central issues of the civil rights movement 2. they were effective but but often violent protests 3. they were effective and peaceful protests 4. they

  55. History

    Which choice names two problems of the South that the civil rights movement helped change? inadequate health care and overcrowded ghettos Jim Crow laws and police-enforced segregation urban poverty and lack of jobs******* Can someone check my answer?

  56. American government

    These rights have been extended to state criminal trials and to other settings, such as educational and social service hearing. A. Rights of free speech B.civil rights C. due process right D. Civil liberties Is it c?

  57. US History II

    Why was it called black "resistance" during the Civil Rights Movement?

  58. Cultural Diversity

    Describe the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement. http://www.google.com/search?q=civil+disobedience&rls=com.microsoft:en-us:IE-SearchBox&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7SUNA Dr. King employed many civil disobedience ideas,

  59. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    Why were tactics of the non-violent civil rights movement influential in helping change people's minds about racism and/or stopping discrimination? A: Tactics of the nonviolent civil rights movement were influential in helping change people's minds about

  60. his/135

    How did the minority groups’ struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? Which event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement? Explain why you selected this event.

  61. language

    Based on the text preview as well as research about the background of the novel in and the authors life, a reader can predict the novel will mostly be about A. A young boy who marches in Washington as part of the civil right movement B. Family who is

  62. Social Studies (Check)

    1. Explain the goals of the Alliance for Progress. A: The goals of the Alliance for Progress were to aid Latin American governments and to create a "free and prosperous Latin America" that would be less likely to support Communist-inspired revolutions. 2.

  63. SoCiAl

    ~The history of the U.S. can be seen as a struggle- not always successful- for rights. How can this theme be seen from the time of the American Revolution to the present?~ Does anyone have ideas about what I could write about besides stuff like the Civil

  64. English

    Can you check the mistakes in the following sentences? 1) The American Civil Rights Movement was a fight organised by M.L.King (was a non-violent organisation led by M..???) 2) It was different from the Black P Movement because the first (better the

  65. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Explain the goals of the Nation of Islam in the 1960s. A: The goals of the Nation of Islam were to separate themselves from the whites and to form their own self-governing communities. 2. Summarize the findings of the Kerner Commission. A: The Kerner

  66. History

    Which of these actions did President Lincoln take at the beginning of the Civil War? He declared martial law throughout the nation. He imprisoned congressional representatives from the South. He issued a declaration of war without the consent of Congress.

  67. History

    How did the minority groups’ struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? Which event from this time do you think was most responsible for bringing public attention to the American Civil Rights Movement? Explain why you selected this event. o Respond to

  68. Social Studies

    How did Rosa Park's refusal to stand up contribute to the civil rights movement? A: Her refusal to stand contributed to the civil rights movement as it sparked a boycott, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, that lead to the end of the segregation.

  69. Languge arts

    1)In all together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale. b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States.** c)praise the work of the leaders of the

  70. his 135 HHHEEEEELLLLLLPPPPP!!!!

    how did the minority groups struggle for civil rights begin in the 1950s? what event do you think was the most responsible for bringing the public attention to the american cival rights movement? explain why you selected this event? can anyone help history

  71. history

    1. Why was Rosie the Riveter a symbolic figure? (1 point) She represented women entering manufacturing jobs during the war.*** She represented the difficult experiences of women during the war. She represented all people who worked hard during the war. She

  72. English

    In class, we worked with the idea that history has shown that societies that are controlled by the government cannot prosper. what are some examples of this and what would make them examples ? womens rights movement ? civil rights movement ?

  73. Social Studies

    Choose two famous individuals to research that lived between 1820 and 1860. Keep in mind—your famous Americans MUST have DIFFERENT opinions on the SAME topic. Can you help me choose the two different individuals? Here's a list that I can choose from: 

  74. History

    How did the success of the civil rights movement and abolishment of slavery open doors to the election of the first Black American President of the United States, Barack Obama? Can I have some examples?

  75. English

    Can you please check these sentences I'm not sure of? Thank you very much. 1) A white man asked Rosa Parks to give up her seat to him/to get up because he wanted her seat/to stand up- Which ones are best? 2) The boycot would have been a success, if Rosa

  76. English

    Can you help me express these two sentences in a better way? 1) He thought that men are divided into a part of good and a part of pure evil and he wanted to separate them 2) The American Civil Rights M. fought with demonstrations against the laws of social

  77. history

    In what way was 1963 a turning point in the civil rights movement? The movement was undermined for its links to socialist and sympathy for the Soviet Union. The movement gained legitimacy when the 14th and 15th Amendments were ratified. The movement was

  78. Honors US history.. PLEASE HELP!!

    How did the success of the civil rights movement and abolishment of slavery open doors to the election of the first Black American President of the United States, Barack Obama? I don't know how to answer this! PLEASE HELP ASAP!

  79. ethics

    75- to 100-word response describing the role civil disobedience played in the Civil Rights Movement.

  80. ethics

    What role did civil disobedience play in the Civil Rights Movement?

  81. language arts

    in "all together now" , Barbara jordan's main purpose is to A) persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale . B) inform readers of the recent history of the civil rights movement in the united states. C) praise the

  82. Social Studies (Reed)

    Will you help me with these two questions? I'm lost. ): 1. How did television help the civil rights movement? 2. What caused a division between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the black power movement?

  83. Ethics

    describe the role civil disobedience played in the civil rights movement It was central. http://www.answers.com/civil%20disobedience

  84. sociology

    Give four examples of social movements, current or past, and describe the key features of each movement. I am not sure what I am looking for but see If I am on the right track please and Rights Movement is to help gain civil right for people that want to

  85. Language

    together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale.•• b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States. c)praise the work of the leaders of the

  86. History

    Why did the Civil Rights Movement emerge when it did? What tactics did it use, and how did those tactics change over time? What were the consequences for the movement as it incorporated demands for economic and cultural equality?

  87. Social Studies

    How did television help the civil rights movement?

  88. social studies

    5 causes and effects on the civil rights movement.

  89. U.S. History

    Explain the Civil rights Movement in the US

  90. English 7 Essay: Rosa Parks (Ms. Sue)

    Ms. Sue can you check my essay is it good. Btw we did the conclusion today at class (last paragraph). I did the mistakes I made yesterday (that you told me to change). Rosa Parks A person's characteristics are shaped by the setting and beliefs of society

  91. us history

    What happened in the civil rights movement during the 1970s?

  92. US History

    One way that opposition to the Civil War was suppressed was the denial of what right? and What is set up to make political contributions to candidates for elected office? Your answer could be states rights. Check this site for more information.

  93. nullification

    i posted yesturday and the website i was directed to was for the 1800s. i need to know how nullification was still going on in the 1900s, but it can't be jury nullification Did you investigate the states rights' issues during the Civil Rights Movement of

  94. history help

    How did the civil rights movement change America in a positive way?

  95. 12th grade

    I HAVE TO WRUTE AN ESSAY ON THE PROS AND CONS ON THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT!

  96. Social Studies

    What caused the civil rights movement to gain momentum? Link Please to help?

  97. soc

    When change is brought about through movements such as the Civil Rights Movement and the Women's Suffrage movement, movements that were the result of actions between groups in society, this is an example of __________ in action. Choose one answer. a.

  98. Social Studies (Ms.Sue)

    How did Rosa Park's refusal to stand up contribute to the civil rights movement?

  99. Social Studies

    How did westward expansion and the civil rights movement affect political culture?

  100. SAT Essay

    Traditionally, the term "heroism" has been applied to those who have braved physically danger to defend a cause or to protect others. But one of the most feared dangers people face is that of disapproval by their family, peers, or community. Sometimes

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