- deliberately getting arrested and filling jails
- offering to go to jail
- where black people broke into shops
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2. what was picketing?
- giving threatening notes to government workers
- stealing money out white people's pockets
- standing outside segregated shops and asking people not to use it
- planting trees in front of buildings
3. why was MLK important for the civil rights movement?
- he was liked by the government because he used violent protests
- he appealed to white politicians because he used non-violent forms of protest
- he was quite good for the civil rights movement
- he smelled nice
4. what were sit-ins?
- black people sitting at white only counters waiting to be served
- black people that sat on stools in the middle of a town
- a group of people that rode on buses without paying
5. MLK's main aim was to get ....
- voting rights
- put in jail