Answer: A. to government positions.
President John F. Kennedy, after becoming the president of America, sought ways to provide lasting solutions to the issues of civil rights in the United States. During this time, African Americans were still subjected to a level of segregation so to stop the segregation and favor African Americans; he began appointing them into government positions.
With this, African Americans were given a level of power in the affairs of certain sectors in the United States most particularly in the legislative arm as representatives of certain jurisdictions. This helped the black community in the fight for civil rights legislation in America. African Americans benefited from this act by President Kennedy both economically and socially. This way, President Kennedy contributed greatly to the fight for civil rights.