5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Selma, Alabama
- Student Non-Violent Coordination Committee
- Wallace Fard
- a the first town to promote voters' registrations
- b the founder of the Nation of Islam
- c the committee that used sit-ins to protest and would remain there until they were served
- d what the supreme court uses to enforce a supreme court ruling is called..?
- e the town were people became very violent in response to voters registration, and a voting bill was called for on "Bloody Sunday"
5 Multiple choice questions
- the conference called by MLK Jr., to fight segregation. passive resistance stressed nonviolence and peaceful confrontation.
- the man who lead the Poor People's Campaign March
- the first head of the FBI who wanted to expose and neutralize the acts of black nationalist hate groups
- In 1964, when blacks and whites together challenged segregation and led a massive drive to register blacks to vote.
- the second leader of the Nation of Islam who emphasized African American Superiority, and encouraged people to change their last name to X
5 True/False questions
Carl Stokes → the motto made by Stokely Carmichael that represented the more powerful position that they wanted in society
affirmative action → the name for the tent city set up on the mall that became a criminal breeding ground
black power → the motto made by Stokely Carmichael that represented the more powerful position that they wanted in society
Civil Rights Act of 1954 → the act that banned discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin during employment
24th amendment → the speech that Martin Luther King Junior gave after the march in Washington DC