ENGLISH LANGUAGE S.S.S2 SECOND TERM
Students should be able to;
- Read the passage carefully
- Identify points
- Answer questions from. Passage
The Civil Rights Movement was an era in US history between 1954-1968 during which African Americans ended segregation and successfully asserted their basic human rights through peaceful protest and community building.
The movement made tremendous strides and is a landmark, foundational moment in US history. In 1954, at the start of the movement, slavery had been abolished for nearly 100 years, but deep racial tensions and inequalities still separated white and black America.
Segregation, or the practice of having separate facilities for whites and African Americans, was the norm in the country. This meant that African Americans could not go to.... View More
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