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What was the Black Star Line

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Why were flappers shocking to society

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Social attitudes in the past were opposed to independent women.

Why were Mexican workers able to find jobs in the West and Southwest

Mexican immigrants were able to find jobs for a few separate reasons. These included that they accepted low wages, they did not complain about working conditions, and they did not join unions.


They worked for little pay. ~APEX

What was one reason for the founding of the NAACP

Some of the reasons for the founding of the NAACP were:

  • The desire to oppose racism
  • African Americans' desire for more opportunities
  • Jim Crow laws
  • Segregation laws
What attracted many African Americans to the north and Midwest

High demand for workers.

What change took place among working women in the early 1900s

A large number of women became secretaries or managers.

What was the nineteenth amendment about

The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

Which leading African American helped to found the NAACP

W. E. B. Du Bois

Which leader helped to found the NAACP

W. E. B. DuBois helped to found the NAACP.

What actions taken by Marcus Garvey shocked civil rights leaders

he met with the ku klux klan

The goal of margaret sanger was to give women

The goal of Margaret Sanger was to give women a choice to birth control.

What did anne ohare mccormick and Amelia Earhart have in common

They both excelled in male-dominated professions

Paul Robeson believed whites would see African Americans as equals if whites understood African American

Culture

I Was a leading African American civil rights leader. I was chosen by the Pullman porters to lead them in a fight to organize and be recognized as a union. Who am I

A. Philip Randolph

What was true about the case Nixon v herndon

all of the above APEX :)

What was The main goal of writing published by Marcus Garvey and the UNIA was to

promote pride in african heritage.

The NAACP took up the case of Nixon v. Herndon to try to achieve fairness in

Primary elections

Which of the following helped create the second Ku Klux Klan

The film The Birth of a Nation - Apex

which characteristics best describe aaron douglass's painting, song of the towers

A northern city

Which is true of Pullman porters in the 1920s

Pullman porters needed a union because they were not treated well.

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