Which of the following was a goal of the albany movement? question 10 options: a. to declare albany, georgia the new state capital b. to move african american residents of albany, georgia to integrated cities in the state c. to bring an end to segregation in albany, georgia d. to elect african americans to political office in albany, ga
The correct answer is:
c. to bring an end to segregation in Albany, Georgia.
The Albany Movement (1961-1962) was the civil rights movement in which Martin Luther King Jr ended up arrested after he was invited to join the protest.
This movement had as main goal to end all ways of segregation in Albany, Georgia, including segregation in public facilities and voting rights.The Albany Movement involved boycotts, and massive non-violence protests of African Americans; the first people to protest were students (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), and later older people joined them, more than 1,000 African Americans ended incarcerated during the movement that lasted a whole year.
The main goal of the Albany Movement was C. to bring an end to segregation in Albany, Georgia.
The Movement began in November 1961 and was a coalition of local black leaders, ministers, members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). In December 1961, Martin Luther King joined the Albany Movement and finished being arrested with another 1,000 protesters when they were participating in mass demonstration. They were protesting against segregation in public facilities. The Albany Movement ended in the summer of 1962.
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