Jacob902
  • Jacob902
What is a major difference between protests during the civil rights era and those of today? A. Today, people use emails to raise awareness. B. Today, people hold marches and speeches. C. Today, people use popular culture to raise awareness. D. Today, people have fewer things to protest.
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Jacob902
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a.
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
explain

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anonymous
  • anonymous
people these days are to scared and lazy to protest in person and an email travels faster
anonymous
  • anonymous
Definetly C, more and more campaigns to raise awareness about almost everything are cropping up on the mainstream media as compared to the civil rights era, when "mainstream media" was virtually nonexistent, the closest thing we had to it then was local politics.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I agree with @logicwouldsay

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