Central idea of the text: Despite the violence civil rights activists endured, the sit-in movement influenced desegregation and inspired other protests. Which quote from the text best supports the central idea? Question 1 options: a) “But their sacrifice brought results. Slowly, but surely, restaurants throughout the South began to abandon their policies of segregation.” (Paragraph 5) b) “In the event of a physical attack, the student would curl up into a ball on the floor and take the punishment.” (Paragraph 4) c) “Sit-in organizers believed that if the violence were only on the part of the white community, the world would see the righteousness of their cause.” (Paragraph 5) d) “Bowing to political and public pressure, the Interstate Commerce Commission soon banned segregation on interstate travel.” (Paragraph 8)
"It curls up into a ball" is an independent sentence as it can carry meaning even without any other sentences to further explain its meaning.
c. "But their sacrifice brought results. Slowly, but surely, restaurants throughout the South began to abandon their policies of segregation."
The question above is related to the "sit-in movement" that happened in the USA (starting 1960). The movement was a non-violent one and it was meant to give the African-Americans the same, equal rights with the white people. It took many sacrifices before the movement showed results.
It started with the lunch-counter sit-in in Greensboro, North Carolina. This was followed by other people in the USA who also did the tactics as a support for desegregation of races. Though it took time, the restaurants throughout the South began to abandon their policies of segregation. This statement best supports the idea regarding the violence that the activists endured while doing the movement. The people who participated were subjected to verbal abuse and assault, but they suffered in order to achieve a greater cause.
According to my research on different training terms, it can be said that based on the information provided within the question Reginald is making use of the phenomenon known as Preparedness. This is defined as a set of actions that are practiced in order to have a precautionary measure in case of a potential hazard/disaster.
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The tactics that civil rights activists used to oppose racial segregation were sit- ins, boycotts and protest marches.
The Civil Rights Movement was a social movement undertaken by the colored people, to end the racial discrimination against them.
People of many different races and religions were also part of the movement.
But predominantly, most of their activists were African- Americans. Activists no matter what their race or religion was, joined in the protest.
The participants led a very non- violent form of protest. Despite the fact that they were attacked by angry mobs, they refused to bow down to the violence and carried on with their protest quietly.
Finally, the outcome was in the favor of the African Americans, and the white people slowly changed their attitude towards the colored race and gave them the rights, they deserved.
Yes this is a prepositional phrase!
Common prepositional phrase examples include about, after, at, before, behind, by, during, for, from, in, of, over, past, to, under, up, and with. These are words that are used in the prepositional phrases.
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answer: the third option is your answer