: Explain how the decision reached in Brown vs. Board of Education impacted the Civil Rights movement led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and how this in turn resulted in greater equality for African Americans. What barriers had to be broken down for the Civil Rights movement to be effective? What issues remain today

Part 1 FIRST: Explain how the decision reached in Brown vs. Board of Education impacted the Civil Rights movement led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and how this in turn resulted in greater equality for African Americans. What barriers had to be broken down for the Civil Rights movement to be effective? What issues remain today? NEXT: Choose one of the following groups and discuss the civil rights issues involved: Women Older Americans Persons With Disabilities Gay Males and Lesbians Juveniles What are the key challenges the group you have chosen face? What are the controversies involved? Should government be involved? If so, in what way? Part 2: FIRST: Discuss the ways in which political socialization contributes to the formation of public opinion. Which do you feel is the most influential agent of political socialization? NEXT: Explain how at least three of these agents of political socialization shaped your political preferences and voting behavior.

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