Twenty-three short-answer questions based on primary and secondary sources about the 1960's Civil Rights Movement (Montgomery Bus Boycott, lunch counter sit-ins, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, Letter from Birmingham Jail, John Kennedy, voting discrimination/restrictions, March on Washington, the Civil Rights Act, Lyndon Johnson, the Voting Rights Act, voting registration of African-Americans). These 19 pages of questions are aligned with the New York State Regents exam, however, they can be useful to any US History social studies curriculum that values primary and secondary source analysis
This assignment correlates to Unit 29 of my reading and study guides for US history:
Unit 29: The 1960's - A Time of Social Change
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