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  1. Segregation by custom and tradition
  2. The mobilization of the political and economic power of African Americans, especially to compel respect for their rights and to improve their condition
  3. Established separate but equal doctrine
  4. Prejudice or discrimination against someone because of his or her race.

4 True/False Questions

  1. Selma MarchA motion that ends debate and calls for immediate vote, possible in the US senate by a vote of 60 senators.

          

  2. Separate but EqualDoctrine established by the 1896 Supreme Court Case Plessy vs. Ferguson that permitted laws segragating African Americans as long as equal facilites were provided.

          

  3. FilibusterA motion that ends debate and calls for immediate vote, possible in the US senate by a vote of 60 senators.

          

  4. Sit-inA motion that ends debate and calls for immediate vote, possible in the US senate by a vote of 60 senators.

          

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