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User: At first, President Kennedy moved slowly on civil rights issues to avoid a. promoting the freedom rides b. offending southern Democratic senators c. upsetting martin luther king, jr d. embarrassing Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev

Weegy: b. offending southern Democratic senators
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User: Participants in the 1963 march on washington hoped to a. get "Bull" Connor prosecuted for police brutality b. convince Congress to pass civil rights legislation c. prevent the reelection of President Kennedy d. do battle with the police of Washington D.C.

Weegy: B. Convince Congress to pass civil rights legislation
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User: The brutality against African Americans in Birmingham prompted Kennedy to a. vote for a fair housing bill b. propose a strong civil rights bill c. jail several southern Democratic leaders d. release martin luther king jr on bail

Weegy: c. jail several southern Democratic leaders.
ash 24|Points 250|

User: To gain passage of his civil rights legislation, Johnson had to a. accept weaker versions of the bills b. appoint judges who favored civil rivhts c. limit civil rights demonstrations d. overcome senate filibusters

Weegy: d. overcome Senate filibusters.
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User: Fannie Lou Hamer was a delegate from mississippi who shared her story of discrimination a. at the democratic national convention b. at the march on washington c. with the untited states congress d. with school children in baltimore

Weegy: a. at the Democratic National Convention.
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User: After congress passed the voting rights act of 1965 a. the civil rights movement slowly ended b. white southerneers still prevented most African Americans from voting c. many african americans were elected to office at all levels d. the supreme court declared the law unconstitutional

Weegy: After congress passed the voting rights act of 1965 white southerns still prevented most African Americans from voting.
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