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CNN THE SIXTIESA Long March to FreedomDirections:WatchCNN The Sixties: A Long March to Freedomand answer the followingquestions. Make sure to answer each questions completely.ANSWER IN RED 12PT FONT1.According to Jackson Mississippi Mayor Allen C. Thompson, why did segregation exist in theSouth?
2.Who was the pastor of the Ebenezer Baptist Church?
3.Who began to promote the nonviolent movement for Civil Rights? Where did it begin?
4.How did participants in the Civil Rights Movement prepare to protest?
5.How did people respond to the sit-in in Nashville, Tennessee?
6.What did Martin Luther King say about unjust laws?
7.How many students were arrested on February 27, 1960? What punishment did they choose?
8.What was the first city to be desegregated? Why?
9.Who was responsible for getting Martin Luther King Jr. out of jail in October of 1960? Why?

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John F Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Stokely Carmichael, Voting Rights Act of 1965,

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