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5 Matching questions

  1. Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner
  2. Elijah Muhammad
  3. Montgomery bus boycott
  4. separatism
  5. I Have a Dream
  1. a the speech that Martin Luther King Junior gave after the march in Washington DC
  2. b the boycott lead by Martin Luther King Junior in response to the arrest of Rosa Parks
  3. c the three men who were murdered in Mississippi, their bodies were later found in a dam (discouraged blacks from registering to vote)
  4. d the idea that there was no place in American Society for African Americans, and put an emphasis on African Traditions
  5. e the second leader of the Nation of Islam who emphasized African American Superiority, and encouraged people to change their last name to X

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the field secretary of the NAACP who was shot for attempting to segregation Ole Miss
  2. the act that banned discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin during employment
  3. the first town to promote voters' registrations
  4. the interracial couple who married in DC and were jailed when they returned to Virginia (a remnant of the Jim Crow laws)
  5. the idea that African Americans needed to create their own nation, and that there was no place for them in society

5 True/False questions

  1. Memphis, Tennesseewhere was Martin Luther King Junior assassinated?

          

  2. Wallace Fardthe field secretary of the NAACP who was shot for attempting to segregation Ole Miss

          

  3. affirmative actiona policy designed to give special attention to or compensatory treatment for members of some previously disadvantaged group

          

  4. resurrection citythe idea that African Americans needed to create their own nation, and that there was no place for them in society

          

  5. T Eugene Connerthe first head of the FBI who wanted to expose and neutralize the acts of black nationalist hate groups