What was the most important achievement of the modern Civil Rights movement?

In essay format, answer the following questions (a full paragraph for each question/answer with supportive resource details):

-Prior to the 1950-’60s modern civil rights/Black Power movement, which one or more of the leadership/organizational/movement tactics (accommodation, radical-protest and nationalism) was most effective in the fight against racist oppression (lynching, denied opportunity, etc.)?

-What are some specific examples of how accomodation, radical-protest and/or nationalism tactics were used in the Modern (1950s-’60s) Civil Rights movement (Montgomery Bus Boycott, Emmett Till’s funeral, SNCC, SCLC, March on Washington, etc.)?

-What was the most important achievement of the modern Civil Rights movement (i.e., voter registration, school desegregation, Civil Rights Act of 1964; Voting Rights Act of 1965, etc.) and how was this acheivement attained?
-What was the most important achievement of the Black Power movement (i.e., Black Studies, Kwanzaa, Black Panther Party Programs, African cultural revival, etc); by what tactic was this success attained?

-Having explored tactics and achievements of the modern Civil Rights and Black Power movements, what wonderments remain; what questions remain unanswered in your mind and why?

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