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African Americans were not the only group to push for greater equality during the 1960s. The Civil Rights Movement inspired others, including American Indians, women, and America’s LBGTQ community. For this discussion board, you will select one of three groups, analyze the provided material, and write a discussion board post.
Instructions: Select one of these three topics and make a post of at least 250 words.(You will find additional resources for each topic on the pages following this one)
For the post on the Native American occupation of Alcatraz, discuss the tone of the proclamation and the comparison of Alcatraz to a reservation using specific examples from the source. What were the main arguments presented to other Native Americans in the letter appearing below the Proclamation? What else stands out to you from the two readings? You must refer to specific parts of both readings if you want to earn full points
Examine the three advertisements posted on the page entitled Women’s Liberation (Continued). What stands out to you? What is the message of these ads? In addition, some women protested the Miss America Pageants as they found the portrayal of women offensive. This is an archive of primary sources from theseprotests. Links to an external site.Select one of the sources and share it with yourclassmates. Be sure to explain the source and its significance. You must include a link for full points.
Please examine this page relating to Stonewall Inn and the struggles of the LGBTQ community. Links to an external site.This page has even more but direct links will not work. Instead, go to this page, use a control f search for “Stonewall” (if you use the search box on the page, it will not work too well), and then you will come to the right page. Links to an external site.Select one of the primary sources linked on the page and share it with your classmates. Be sure to explain the source and its significance. You must include a link to your chosen source for full points.
Many accounts of the United Farm Workers’ struggle to improve the poor pay and terrible working conditions focus on Cesar Chavez’s leadership and the Chicano Movement. This is an important part of history, but the origins of the strike also depended on the efforts of many Filipinos, including leaders such as Larry Itliong. There is a short film that addresses this subject, and you can find it here. (Links to an external site.) In your post, discuss what you learned from the film and include short quotes from it. Do not just provide an overview of the film but refer to the specific details that stood out to you.
Reminder: Plagiarizing the assignment or using manufactured quotes/evidence (meaning examples that do not appear in the source) will result in a 0.

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