1. JFK set up ... to work out how to improve education, housing and work opportunities for black people.
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2. When rioting followed James Meredith's arrival at university, how many troops were needed to keep order?
3. Stories and photos of the events at Birmingham in May 1963 were published worldwide. What was JFK's response to this?
- "I felt proud"
- "I felt ashamed"
- "I felt humiliated"
- "I felt useless"
4. Robert Kennedy (Attorney General and JFK's brother) prosecuted people...
- who tried to prevent black people from voting.
- that were racist.
- who refused to accept integration in schools.
5. Following the violent scenes in Birmingham in 1963 JFK...
- held meetings at the White House with African American leaders to make alliances with them.
- held meetings at the White House to pretend he was too busy to respond to such events.
- avoided responsibility by getting his brother, Robert Kennedy, to hold meetings with the Civil Rights leaders at the White House.