Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage

Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
Civil Rights Reading Comprehension Passage
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This passage details the Civil Rights movement in American history, specifically how it affected North Carolina. It discusses segregation, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the sit in at the Greensboro Woolworth lunch counter, and finally the passing of the Civil Rights Act in 1964. The one page passage comes with 10 multiple choice reading comprehension questions and an answer key. This passage is perfect for 4th grade social studies! If you are interested in North Carolina history, check out the growing collection of North Carolina history passages in my store or get 16 passages and save $12 with this North Carolina History Reading Comprehension Bundle!

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30 minutes
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