Regarding civil rights during his presidency, John F. Kennedy: Group of answer choices immediately addressed the demands of black activists proposed a civil rights bill in his first week in office remained completely involved was reluctant to address the movement's demands until after the Birmingham demonstration in 1963
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Answer: was reluctant to address the movement's demands until after the Birmingham demonstration in 1963

Explanation:

Kennedy did not want to lose suport from southern democrats who were very racist and hated blacks

President Kennedy was spurred into action as the Birmingham protests escalated. As photographs of police dogs attacking peaceful marchers and fire hoses being turned on children flashed across the country and around the globe, the Kennedy administration responded.

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