The instructor recommends allotting 90 minutes to complete this assignment. Time Recommendation: 60 minutes to watch the film and 30 minutes to answer the questions. This is only a recommendation, you may spend more or less time on this assignment depending on your ability and availability.
- Why couldnâ€™t the parents or adults protest? What would happen to them if they did protest?
- What does it mean to â€œmeet violence with nonviolenceâ€? What would it look like?
- Gwen Webb says, â€œA lot of people thought the kids were going to get hurt, but the reality was that we were born black in Alabama and we were going to get hurt if we didnâ€™t do something.â€ What did she mean by this
- Briefly explain the significance of John F. Kennedyâ€™s speech on TV after the Childrenâ€™s March.
- Watch the film Children’s March
- Answer the assessment questions for the film
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