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The Civil Rights Movement made several contributions to American politics, too many to detail here, but two in particular must be mentioned. First, it included major, nationwide efforts on behalf of African-American and other minority children in seeking desegregated schools and enhanced educational opportunities for all students. Second, it paved the way for advocacy by other groups seeking civil rights, including women, the disabled, other racial and ethnic minorities, and, finally, children.