PROMPT : Identify and briefly describe the strategies employed by the leaders of the modern civil rights movement. How did each of these strategies advance social and political change? What were the limits of each of these strategies? Sources : https://youtu.be/bCBYJZ6QbUI?t=59 https://youtu.be/m8Occ7XSgQc https://use.vg/wqYjHs https://use.vg/2H6dan https://slate.com/human-interest/2013/06/voting-rights-and-the-supreme-court-the-impossible-literacy-test-louisiana-used-to-give-black-voters.html https://www.crmvet.org/info/littest.htm https://use.vg/PIHIeA INSTRUCTIONS: Review the “Assignment Instructions and Guidelines” document before you submit your assignment for detailed instructions on how to properly submit your essay, along with some helpful tips and guidelines for writing an effective essay. You may submit your essay as many times as you like until the due date, and I will only grade your last attempt. This short essay question requires that you synthesize the material and make connections between and among concepts presented in this module. This is probably the longest assignment of the semester, and should take an average of 4-5 paragraphs to answer. Do NOT just copy the lecture slides; this is insufficient for explaining the strategies and their effects and will result in a poor grade. Your grade will largely depend on the accuracy, thoughtfulness, and the details you include to support your answer and demonstrate (i.e., provide evidence) that you have read, understood, and can apply the information from the course material. View your audience as someone who knows very little about U.S. government. Do not assume your instructor will fill in missing information such as a definition or make leaps in logic when evaluating your work. To a lesser extent, you will also be graded on organization, spelling, and proper grammar. Don’t answer with generalized statements that include little in the way of specifics to support them. You should be able to back up your argument or position with evidence from the reading or video material. You should not begin your argument with “This is how I feel” or “In my opinion…” unless you are specifically asked for your opinion. Use your own words. Do not quote excessively, and if you do, be sure to use quotation marks and cite sources and page numbers. If you choose to use outside sources, you must cite all sources in text and provide a reference list at the end of your response. Be logically consistent. Write as clearly and succinctly as possible. Answer all parts of the question. Errors of omission are a common reason for not earning full points.