Which of the following was a significant outcome of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom?
A. Bayard Rustin was able to write and deliver the most famous speech of the entire civil rights movement.
B. Dr. King was able to speak to President Kennedy.
C. It put an end to violent protests for civil rights throughout the South.
D. It was the last significant action by Dr. King before his arrest in Alabama.
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Which president held the most influence in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
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Which of the following did NOT contribute to Presidnt Kennedy's unsuccessful efforts to register African American in the south?
A. White only primaries
B. Literacy tests
C. Overcrowded voting polls
D. Poll taxes
im gonna have to go with Johnson but idk which had the MOST
D. Poll taxes
Dr. King inspired many students to protest in support of civil rights for African Americans.
Dr King Question True
President Kennedy unsuccessful:D. Poll Taxes
Civil Rights Act Of 1964:C. Kennedy
What was the estimated number of students that participated in the student movement of 1960?