5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Name given to the gathering of 200,000 people in Washington D.C to watch Martin Luther King Jr. deliver his "I have a Dream" speech
- A motion that ends debate and calls for immediate vote, possible in the US senate by a vote of 60 senators.
- Doctrine established by the 1896 Supreme Court Case Plessy vs. Ferguson that permitted laws segragating African Americans as long as equal facilites were provided.
- The mobilization of the political and economic power of African Americans, especially to compel respect for their rights and to improve their condition
4 True/False questions
Bus Boycott → In response to the arrest of Rosa Parks, African Americans orgainized this
Selma March → A motion that ends debate and calls for immediate vote, possible in the US senate by a vote of 60 senators.
Civil Rights Act of 1964 → Make segregation illegal in most places
Sit-in → Prejudice or discrimination against someone because of his or her race.