5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Kerner Commission
- Letter From Birmingham Jail
- Bobby Seale and Huey Newton
- black power
- a the founders of the Black Panthers
- b the commission that was created to investigate the cause of riots
- c the letter to religion leaders from Martin Luther King Junior that said change was necessary
- d what the supreme court uses to enforce a supreme court ruling is called..?
- e the motto made by Stokely Carmichael that represented the more powerful position that they wanted in society
5 Multiple choice questions
- In 1964, when blacks and whites together challenged segregation and led a massive drive to register blacks to vote.
- the idea that there was no place in American Society for African Americans, and put an emphasis on African Traditions
- the council that was created to coordinated voter registration drives
- the town were people became very violent in response to voters registration, and a voting bill was called for on "Bloody Sunday"
- the man who lead the Poor People's Campaign March
5 True/False questions
Elijah Muhammad → the town were people became very violent in response to voters registration, and a voting bill was called for on "Bloody Sunday"
affirmative action → the name for the tent city set up on the mall that became a criminal breeding ground
Voting Rights Act → the interracial couple who married in DC and were jailed when they returned to Virginia (a remnant of the Jim Crow laws)
University of California v. Bakke → the militant group that was frustrated with peaceful protesting, and differed greatly from King's ideals
Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee → the group that used freedom riders to challenge bus segregation