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2. why were voting rights so important for civil rights?

  • so black people can vote for black sympathetic candidates
  • to they could vote
  • so they could live in harmony
  • so they were now equal to the whites

3. how could white people prevent black people from registering to vote?

  • shooting those who tried to register
  • torturing their parents
  • difficult reading texts and intimidation
  • throwing eggs at their houses

4. who was the woman who started the boycott?

  • Rosa Parks
  • Betty Friedan
  • Elanor Roosevelt
  • Martin Luther King

5. was the Montgomery boycott successful?

  • yes, the bus company were loosing money
  • no, to this day black people never ride buses


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