i need to understand The Murder of Emmett Till History and 2 othe
Answer One of the following question:
300 words in MLA essay format.
Objectives: (1) To identify the origins and causes of the modern-day civil rights movement; (2) to explain how decisions and circumstances in post-Reconstruction America led to this movement; and (3) to critically evaluate and use theory to explain, analyze, and interpret current events.
- What impact do you think the Emmett Till case had on the civil rights movement?
- Why do you think this case was the first to gain international attention during the civil rights movement?
- How did an open casket at Emmett Till’s funeral affect the importance of his deat
2-Second Quetion in 300 wrods FDR: identify and asses the major social and economic problems Franklin D. Roosevelt faced when he assumed the presidency. Comment on the effectiveness of the first and second New Deal and how ideas about the role of government shifted during these years.
3-Eugene V. Debs, Analyze (Debs speech and The Espionage and Sedition Acts) 300 words.
picture of reading will be followed up.
The Murder of Emmett Till
The murder of Emmett Till was a significant contributor to the developments of the civil rights movement, particularly in the segregated south. For a young man to be murdered so brutally for merely engaging in an activity his white peers would do, and his murderers to go free, people in the South were significantly appalled by the decision by the courts. Additionally, the mother’s decision not to have the hospitals try to fix him up prior to the burial and having an open casket burial helped advance the horrors of the justice system and impacts of segregation on the young generation.
The Emmett Till case was the first to gain public attention due to the national involvement of the NAACP at the time to motivate and protect witnesses testifying against the accused.