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6.07 English 3
Transcript of 6.07 English 3
Summary Statement #1
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is an agency of the federal government, created by the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The purpose of the EEOC is to interpret and enforce federal laws prohibiting discrimination. According to the passage, 'Supreme Court inthe 1970s,' the supreme court had many cases that were significant, which later became landmarks. The landmarks helped encourage the EEOC and all pertained to discrimination, whoch was a huge problem in the mid 20th century.
Paraphrase Statement #3
Many important events took place during the 1950's and 60's. The Civil Rights movement was one of the major events that took place.
Paraphrase statement #1
The article talks about many significant rulings of the supreme court in the 1960's, which all had a huge mpact on society. Whic made them landmark cases.
Integrated Direct Quote
As the passage opens up, it states, "The Supreme Court decided several cases that would become landmarks in the decade of the 1970s and that would bolster EEOC enforcement efforts."
According to president Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Madison Aquare Garden, he believed that, "On the eve of a national election, it is well for us to stop for a moment and analyze calmly and without prejudice the effect on our Nation of a victory by either of the major political parties.
According to an article written by American History expert Martin Kelly, "During the 1950s and 1960s, a number of important civil rights' activities occurred that helped position the Civil Rights movement for greater recognition. They also led either directly or indirectly the passage of key legislation."
"Supreme Court in the 1970s." Supreme Court in the 1970s. 1 June 2014. Web. 20 Aug. 2015. <http://www.eeoc.gov/eeoc/history/35th/1970s/supremecourt.html>.
"Miller Center." -. Web. 20 Aug. 2015.
Kelly, Martin. "Civil Rights Legislation, Supreme Court Cases & Activities." Web. 20 Aug. 2015. <http://americanhistory.about.com/od/civilrights/a/civilrights1.htm>.
Summary Statement # 2
The transcript of Franklin D. Roosevelt's speech at Madison Square Garden on October 31, 1936, left a huge impact on society. According to his speech, Roosevelt made the public aware that regardless of which political party they chose the benefit, America won in the sense of restoration. Roosevelt wanted to analyze the successful groups of the major win.
Summary Statement #3
According to the article Martin Kelly, American History expert, wrote, civil rights was a major event during the 1950s and 60s. The article talks about different movements and organizations that helped the movement prosper and become a part of our history books today.
Paraphrase Statement #2
Franklin D. Roosevelt just touches up on the restorstion victory, and talks about how officials should be respected, regardless of which political party side yu choose to back up.
By: Hanna Barnes
Presentation By: Hanna Barnes
Mr. Bono - FLVS