Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis

Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
Civil Rights Movement Quote and Image Analysis
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Students read 9 quotes related to Civil Rights from 1944-1965 from various point of view, analyze 7 images, answer 19 questions, and respond to a variety of extension/creative tasks. The tasks include designing flyers, writing editorials, writing persuasive paragraphs to Congress, social media tasks, and creating a museum exhibit. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate. See the preview for a closer look!

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--What actions or steps had been taken to assure American society that such honor, peace, and dignity would be respected and pursued?

--Why did this part of the movement have such a resounding impact on Civil Rights as a whole?

--What does Kennedy’s last line imply about the current state of the Civil Rights movement?

--Comparing FDR’s quote to JFK’s quote, was FDR’s goal achieved, why or why not?

--Explain why fighting for civil rights could be classified as, or considered, a revolution.

--According to the ruling, why was legal segregation worse to live under than social segregation?

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