2_HIS_200__Applied_History-3.docx - Mohammed Kimakhe HIS 200 Applied History Week 5 Short Responses – Question 1 In the space below specify which

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Mohammed Kimakhe HIS 200: Applied History Week 5 Short Responses – Question 1 In the space below, specify which historical lens you'd like to use for this exercise. The historical Lens I would like to use for this exercise is the political lens. Week 5 Short Responses – Question 2 Next, formulate a research question about the civil rights movement (historical time from 1954 – 1968), using the lens you've chosen. How did U.S. Supreme court legitimize the Jim Crow Laws which essentially allowed for continued segregation and discrimination in the South? Week 5 Short Responses – Question 3 First, go back and review the research question you developed in Step 1. For Step 2, first name two different primary sources that you might use to answer that question. Be as specific as you can. Your primary sources should be found using the Shapiro Library. The primary sources that can will help to answer this question would be the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments themselves, as well as the Jim Crow laws. Moreover, other primary sources would be some civil rights cases, such as Plessy v. Ferguson, where the US Senate favored the segregation of blacks and whites in the South. In addition, newspaper articles, magazines, journals, etc. Week 5 Short Responses – Question 4 Next, name two different secondary sources you could use to answer your research question. Again, be as specific as you can. Your secondary sources should be found using the Shapiro Library.
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The secondary sources that I could use to provide some help in answering the research question would be material that could be found searching the Shapiro Library. Many
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