5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Nashville sit-ins
- Robert Moses
- Betty Friedan
- Fannie Lou Hamer
- a influential leader in SNCC; directed Freedom Summer to register black voters
- b early success of disciplined nonviolence --> many stores in downtown Nashville desegregated
- c spokesperson for the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party at the 1964 Democratic Convention
- d American feminist, activist and writer. started "Second Wave" of feminism through her book "The Feminine Mystique"; also founded Nation Organization for Women (NOW)
- e The Southern Chritian Leadership Conference which was a group that coordinated non-violent civil rights protests across the South; founded by MLK
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- held in 1963 to show support for the Civil Rights Bill in Congress. Martin Luther King gave his famous "I have a dream..." speech
- A militant black political party --> marked a shift in policy of the black movement, favoring militant ideals rather than peaceful protest.
- founded SCLC ---> spokesperson for the Montgomery bus boycott --> peaceful protest
- American civil rights lawyer of the Brown v. Board victory --> first black justice on the Supreme Court
- A radical group advocating black; helped blacks register to vote; Led by Stokely Carmichael --> scornful of integration and and interracial cooperation --> broke with MLK Jr. to advocate greater militancy and acts of violence --> wanted immediate change
5 True/False Questions
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka → In a 9-0 vote, the separate but equal doctrine was abandoned --> racial segregation declared unconstitutional
Selma to Montgomery March → A militant black political party --> marked a shift in policy of the black movement, favoring militant ideals rather than peaceful protest.
Voting Rights Act of 1965 → Landmark legislation that outlawed segregation in U.S. schools, jobs and public places. --> Invalidated Jim Crow laws
Freedom Summer → In 1964, when blacks and whites together challenged segregation and led a massive drive to register blacks to vote.
Civil Rights Act of 1968 → Landmark legislation that outlawed segregation in U.S. schools, jobs and public places. --> Invalidated Jim Crow laws