DIRECTIONS: Answer the following questions in a well-developed, organized, substantive essay.YOU MAY ONLY USE YOUR LECTURE NOTES AND YOUR TEXTBOOK.A successful essay will consist of an introduction, four body paragraphs consisting of AT LEAST five to ten substantive sentences each, and a conclusion. The introduction must contain a strong thesis statement or argument that you will then prove in the body paragraphs. The thesis statement must respond directly to the essay question.Each body paragraph must address the required key terms and must explain, in as much detail as necessary: (1) WHAT or WHO the key term is; (2) WHEN the event happened; (3) WHERE the event happened; and (4) the HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE of the term (be sure to pay particular attention to the historical significance). You must address ALL key terms listed at the end of the essay question—THERE IS NO CHOICE BETWEEN KEY TERMS!!!Your essay will be graded on the content of each body paragraph (20 points each, for a total of 80 points), as well as how well you tie the information together into a coherent essay answering the question and proving your thesis statement (20 points). In other words, it is not enough to answer each key term in isolation—you must also draw connections between the key terms and the overall essay question.To submit this assignment, you must submit as a Word document. Essay must be double-spaced and use 12-point Times New Roman font…. more directions In the period from the end of the Civil War through the 1920s, African Americans struggled to improve their standing in society and gain a seat at the table of democracy. How were they restricted in American politics and society and in what specific ways did they seek to gain protection and a voice in American democracy from the mid-1800s through the 1920s? How successful were they? You must use the following key terms: (1) Radical Reconstruction / Black Codes; (2) New South / Jim Crow / Plessy v. Ferguson; (3) Niagara Movement / NAACP; and (4) New Negro / Black Nationalism.