History, 02.12.2019 18:49

In the 1960s, native americans were angry about the violence directed against them. they were also upset that the government
seemed to be ignoring the poverty and other social problems among their peoples. for these and other reasons, they started the

a. black panther movement.

b. national organization for women.

c. american indian movement.

d. people's rights organization.

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