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Week 5 Short Responses – Question 1In the space below, specify which historical lens you'd like to use for this exercise.In this exercise I will focus on the Civil Rights Movement from a social historical lens. I chose this lens in part because I believe there is more to analyze with this lens than all others, and also learning more about the social structures within the movement.Week 5 Short Responses – Question 2Next, formulate a research question about the civil rights movement (historical time from 1954 – 1968), using the lens you've chosen.What social turmoil and backlash were the supporters of the Civil Rights Movement receiving and how did that ultimately affect the course of the Civil Rights Movement?Week 5 Short Responses – Question 3First, 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 specificas you can. Your primary sources should be found using the Shapiro Library.The first Primary source I found is Douglas, N. R. (1967). The Revolution in the Civil Rights Movement: What’s Happening Now. Vital Speeches of the Day, 33(14), 443. Retrieved from ?direct=true&db=prf&AN=9881076&site=eds-live&scope=site.Which is the text of a speech given by Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality chairman Nils R. Douglas on February 28, 1967. Published in a newspaper in 1967. He describes what 'negros' are facing, why we need the Civil Rights Movement, the challenged that had to be overcome, and the future of the movement. Another primary source is King Jr., M. L. (1968). The Civil Rights Movement Needs the Help of Social Scientists. Journal of Social Issues, 24(1), 2–12. Retrieved from -ebscohost-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=sih&AN=16487773&site=eds-live&scope=siteWhich is an article written by Martin Luther King, JR. where he explains why the movement