Which goal was shared by the women's rights movement and the Civil Rights movement? court decisions to end segregation expanded economic opportunities passage of laws against harassment greater protections for voting rights

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Which goal was shared by the women's rights movement and the Civil Rights movement? court decisions to end segregation expanded economic opportunities passage of laws against harassment greater protections for voting rights

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I'll give you a hint, the Civil Rights movement was to end segregation between Caucasians and African-Americans. The Women's Rights movement was to end segregation between men and women in the workplace and life in general. Do you see a trend here?
court decisions to end segregation ?
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thank you can you help me on some more question please
How many?
like 4 or 5 that about it
Okay.
Which of these efforts by the women's rights movement was similar to the Civil Rights movement's support for an end to poll taxes? the attempt to get the Equal Rights Amendment ratified the attempt to have women included in the Voting Rights Act of 1965 the attempt to promote equal pay for equal work the attempt to raise awareness about women's underrepresentation in Congress
Hint, try something related to the number three.
you sure i believe its equal work pay
That is exactly what I was pointing you toward!
Which statement describes a similarity between antiwar protestors and women's rights activists? Both wanted new laws against discriminatory practices. Both relied primarily on boycotts to advance their goals. Both sought to bring about a major change in government policy. Both worked towards expanded economic opportunities for all Americans.
Hint, you know that three I was pointing you at? Try it again.
i believe its number 3 not exactly sure
It is. Believe me, it is.
Which statement describes a similarity between antiwar protestors and women's rights activists? Both wanted new laws against discriminatory practices. Both relied primarily on boycotts to advance their goals. Both sought to bring about a major change in government policy. Both worked towards expanded economic opportunities for all Americans.
i posted the wrong one lol
We just did that. Same answer applies.
(HC)The quote below comes from the Supreme Court's ruling in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978): Racial and ethnic distinctions of any sort are inherently suspect, and thus call for the most exacting judicial examination. Which statement explains why the Supreme Court made this declaration? The Constitution guarantees a right to privacy for all citizens. The Constitution implies protections for rights that are not directly mentioned. The Constitution requires equal protection of the laws for all groups of people. The Constitution grants voting rights to all citizens regardless of race or ethnicity.
thank you i found it
Hint, it's the number between one and three.
thank you
Which phrase summarizes the question before the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education (1954)? separate but equal reverse discrimination reproductive choice rights of defendants
Take 2 and divide it in half. Which number is that?
The table below lists several landmark Supreme Court cases: Chart with the following court rulings listed Griswold v. Connecticut, 1965, Roe v. Wade, 1973, Bellotti v. Baird, 1979, and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 1992. © 2012 FLVS What was the overall effect of the Supreme Court rulings in Griswold v Connecticut and Roe v Wade? Spending on social welfare programs increased. Women gained reproductive rights. Workplace discrimination was reduced. Government regulations on businesses were reduced.
Wait...what? Oh. You want me to match them up, right?
no the question is What was the overall effect of the Supreme Court rulings in Griswold v Connecticut and Roe v Wade?
Oh. Okay.
can you help
Sure. Okay, Pretty sure you want something related to the first two answers.
If you want my guess, it'd be the second.
ill go with that i did a little looking up
How did the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education affect race relations in the United States during the 1950s? It led to the emergence of the Black Nationalist movement. It led to widespread resistance among Southern whites. It led to a decline in poverty among African Americans. It led to an increase in voting rates among African Americans.
Let's just say that you want the first.
thank you so much for your help
You're welcome.
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one more
Thurgood Marshall worked for the Civil Rights movement in which of these ways? by setting up affirmative action programs by organizing direct actions against segregation by bringing legal challenges to segregationist laws by lobbying Congress to pass Civil Rights legislation
Hint, try the last.
thank you im really done this time have a goodnight
You're welcome. Goodnight.

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