Civil rights activists challenged southern voting laws because they conflicted with
A, the fifteenth Amendment
A. fifteenth amendment
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It was the Fifteenth Amendment. It gave all men in America the right to vote. South though opposed this and made many attempts to prevent Blacks from voting. It Federal intervention as the National Guard had to escort African Americans to vote in the polls.
The Answer is A: the Fifteenth Amendment.
The correct answer is: the Fifteenth Amendment. The main purpose of the fifteenth amendment was to grant the right to vote of the former slaves, for it states are prohibited from using the race of a citizen, the color or the previous state as a slave to restrict their vote. However, in some states, black voters and white republicans continued to be intimidated.