In 1954, the Supreme Court made a ___________________ ruling that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. The law admitted no exceptions.
Since its founding, the NAACP has been ________________, recovering quickly from defeats as it has steadily worked for equal rights for all.
DuBois criticized Booker T. Washington for supporting segregation. His intention wasn’t to _______________________ Washington, whom he actually admired, but to further the cause of civil rights.
The NAACP didn’t _______________________ in its efforts to end discrimination. The organization’s swift actions helped secure the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1957.
DuBois knew that loud protest, not meek _____________________, was necessary to achieve lasting change.
In 1910, DuBois became the editor of the Crisis. You might find some early issues of the magazine stored away in the _______________________ of your local library.
DuBois embraced the ideal of socialism, a communal form of government in which no single __________________ holds power over the society.
Some of DuBois’s peers may have considered his writing _____________________, yet DuBois strove to unify African Americans, not to cause conflict among them.
DuBois’s opponents, who believed the “separate but equal” policy should remain intact, tried to __________________ his efforts to end segregation.
W.E.B. DuBois was ________________ in his conviction that African Americans should have equal rights under the law; nothing could make him change this opinion.
In the following sentence, identify the subject(s) and verb(s) and correct its punctuation/capitalization following this week’s pattern. those hanging lamps are the most popular kind they are inexpensive, available in many colors, and easy to install