5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Black Panthers
- Fannie Lou Hamer
- de jure segregation
- Civil Rights Act of 1968
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
- a a law that banned discrimination in housing
- b paster of baptist church, 26 yr old to lead Mont Impr. Ass. to organize the boyott.
- c racial separation established by law.
- d daughter of Mississippi sharecroppers, was the voice for the African Americans at the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
- e a militant African-American political organization formed in 1966 by Huey Newton and Bobby Seale to fight police brutality and to provide services in the ghetto.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a law that made it easier for African Americans to register to vote by eliminating discriminatory literacy tests and authorizing federal examiners to enroll voters denied at the local level.
- a slogan used by Stokely Carmichael in the 1960's that encouraged African-American pide and political and social leadership.
- a religious group, popularly known as the Blac Muslims, founded by Elijah Muhammad to promote black separatism and the Islamic religion.
- an organization formed in 1957 by Dr. MLK JR and other leaders to work for civil rights through nonviolent means
- a policy that seeks to correct the effects of past discrimination by favoring the groups who were previously disadvantaged.
5 True/False questions
Malcolm X → a form of demonstration used by African Americans to protest discrimination, in which the protesters sit downin a segregated business and refuse to leave until they are served.
Freedom Summer → one of the civil rights activists who rode buses through the south in the early 1960's to challenge segregation.
Rosa Parks → a slogan used by Stokely Carmichael in the 1960's that encouraged African-American pide and political and social leadership.
sit-in → seamstress and NAACP officer, took seat in front row of the "colored" section of a Montgomery bus. She refused to move when driver told her to, so she got arrested.
freedom riders → a 1964 project to register African-American voters in Mississippi.