which action by the SNCC troubled Martin Luther King, Jr.? Select the best answer from the choices provided. A. the founding of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party B. SNCC leader Stokely Carmichael calling for Black Power C. the sit-ins at lunch counters in Greensboro, North Carolina, and Nashville, Tennessee D. the SNCC's strong opposition to the Vietnam War
also referred to as the Freedom Democratic Party, was an American political party created in 1964 as a branch of the populist Freedom Democratic organization in the state of Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. It was organized by African Americans and whites from Mississippi to challenge the established power of the Mississippi Democratic Party, which at the time allowed participation only by whites, when African-Americans made up 40% of the state population.
poll taxes, literacy test, grandfather clauses.
Robert Parris "Bob" Moses
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James Chaney, Michael Schwerner, and Andrew Goodman were volunteers in the 1964 SNCC/CORE Freedom Summer Project who were murdered in the South.
Mississippi Freedom Democratic party (mfdp) emerged at the Democratic party convention in the Atlantic city in 1964 because African-Americans in Mississippi were not allowed to cast their votes at the official election. Therefore, they created a "Freedom Ballout" as a means of protest in order to show their denial of their constitutional rights. Such action led to the creation of Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party was founded by Fannie Hamer, Ella Baker and Bob Moses in 1964.
The Spokesperson for the Mississippi freedom democratic party at the 1964 democratic convention was Fannie Lou Hamer.
to replace the regulars
The MFDP hoped to replace the regulars as the officially recognized Democratic Party organization in Mississippi by winning the Mississippi seats at the 1964 Democratic National Convention for a slate of delegates elected by some black and white Mississippians and white sympathizers.
c. Southern Christian Leadership Committee
Literacy tests--the literacy test was a test required for voting. However, it was nearly impossible to pass in particular for blacks who were not even given a fair shot.
Grandfather clause--this clause got whites out of the poll taxes and the literacy tests. If their grandfather was able to vote prior to the Civil War, the they did not have to jump through the hoops.