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  • 1. The Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s was successful in desegregating public places because it was a coordinated effort that included protests, boycotts, and legal action. 2. The movement changed the cultural landscape by highlighting racial injustice and demanding civil rights for African Americans. 3. It also helped to create new laws and policies that provided safeguards for the rights of minority groups. 4. This organized protest movement sparked both national and international conversations about the plight of African Americans in the United States, which ultimately led to greater recognition of their rights.

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      Gloria Underwood

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