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15 July, 20:06

The lines promoted social change in the United States in

the first half of the twentieth century because they spoke

about

O African Americans working as servants.

O parties hosted by European Americans

O European Americans' views of African Americans.

O equal rights for African Americans.

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  1. 15 July, 21:29
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    equal rights for African Americans.

    Explanation:

    These lines are from the famous poem called ''I, Too'' which was published in 1926. The poem romanticised the idea of a 'equal' and just United States as envisioned by President Lincoln and his contemporaries.

    African Americans, even decades after the end of the civil war, did not get the equal rights they had yearned for.

    This poem, which is part of the early 20th Century African American cultural identity, discusses the racism faced by minorities in the country and the need for social change.
  2. 15 July, 22:02
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    The correct answer is D) Equal Rights for African Americans

    Explanation:

    These lines are from the famous poem called ''I, Too'' which was published in 1926. The poem romanticised the idea of a 'equal' and just United States as envisioned by President Lincoln and his contemporaries.

    African Americans, even decades after the end of the civil war, did not get the equal rights they had yearned for.

    This poem, which is part of the early 20th Century African American cultural identity, discusses the racism faced by minorities in the country and the need for social change.
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