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Civil rights

What did NAACP stand for? National Association for the Advanced of Colored People.
Who was Thurgood Marhall? The chief lawyer of the NAACP
Who was Orval Faubus? the Arkansas Governor.
who was Rosa Parks? a seamstress, secretary of the local chapter of the NAACP.
what is a boycott a refusal to use the city buses.
Martin Luther king JR, important True or False True, very important.
what is the civil disobedience? a refusal to obey unjust laws
who won the election of 1960? J.F.K
what was the poverty line? the minimum income to survive.
what is medicare hospital care for senior citizens
What is medicaid hospital care for the poor.
what is a sit-in the act of protesting by sitting down.
what is interstate buses that crossed states lines
what is feminists people for women rights
define Hispanic Americans who come or are dissented from Spanish countries
Created by: kehrlp