anonymous
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~choose all that aply~ Which of the following statements about the events in Selma are true? A. Many Americans were sickened by what they saw on television. B. The first time marchers tried to cross the bridge, they were attacked and beaten by state troopers. C. More than twenty thousand people joined the final, successful Selma to Montgomery march to show they supported the civil rights movement.
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anonymous
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anonymous
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i think it is A and C
barreraA
  • barreraA
"A. Many Americans were sickened by what they saw on television" is the correct answer. Many people had no idea the amount of violence blacks faced during peaceful protests. @shilo120

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anonymous
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ok but what would the 2 or 3 answers be?
barreraA
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a and C are your answer @shilo120
anonymous
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ok thx
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