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| 1.2.3 Practice: The UNIA and the NAACP | Practice Assignment | | | | | U.S. History since the Civil War Sem 2 (S3234741) | s | | | Points possible: 30 | Date: | |
May 3, 2016 Mrs. Montry Period 6 US History
Your Assignment
Your assignment is to compare the missions of the UNIA and the NAACP and write about each organization’s approaches to confronting discrimination. You will then assume the role of a young African American living in the 1920s who has joined one of the organizations and explain your reasons for joining in a brief paragraph.
Before you get started, look over the NAACP's mission statement, the Explanation of the Objects of the Universal Negro Improvement Association, and what you have previously learned about the two groups. Use this information to compare the goals and tactics of the NAACP and the UNIA.
1. Complete the chart below to compare and contrast the NAACP's and the UNIA's goals and strategies. (6 points) | NAACP | UNIA | Objective |

ensure the political, educatinal, social and economic equality of minority group citizens of the United Staes and elimanate racial prejudice.

| Improvement of condtions for the people of african ancestry | Views on segregation |

Belived whites and balcks should be together

| Believed in Segregation | Views on American society |
Equality, Brown V Board of education | Believed in balck nationalism and segragation |
2. The NAACP and the UNIA focused on African American communities in different places, even other countries. How did the focus of the NAACP's efforts differ from the focus of the UNIA's? (2 points)

The focus of the NAACPS and the UNIA is different mainly as, the NAACPS main focus is based on political, educational, social and equality. While…...

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