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Removal of legal and social barriers which impose separation of groups is: discrimination integration segregation race ethnic group
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Removal of legal and social barriers which impose separation of groups is integration.
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The "March on Washington" took place on August 28, 1963. True False
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The "March on Washington" took place on August 28, 1963. TRUE.

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The practice of treating equal people unequally and not letting them have the same opportunities to compete for social and economic rewards is called: integration demoralization nationality discrimination
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What was the main point of the Fifteenth Amendment? giving the right to vote to all American males giving citizenship to the slaves the abolition of slavery making it illegal to discriminate against a person because of their race
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The main point of the Fifteenth Amendment is giving the right to vote to all American males.
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Young people can get involved in politics by: attending town hall meetings staying informed by reading the newspapers volunteer in political clubs all of the above none of the above
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All of the above. Young people can get involved in politics by attending town hall meetings, staying informed by reading the newspapers, and volunteering in political clubs.
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