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This group first used the Black Panther Symbol in its attempts to register Black Voters Lowdes County Ala
The Black Panther Symbol Challenged what other symbol representing the racist Democratic Party?
White Rooster - Stood for white supremacy.
She was the first female executive secretary of what BIG 6 group?
SNCC De Ruby
The Niagara Movement moved to where due to segregated hotels in New York City?
This individual was the first ever black editor of the Harvard Law Review
Charles Hamalton Houston
First civil rights issue addressed by the NAACP
Smith v. Alright
Allowed Smith to vote in Democratic Primary Elections
Who was the first president of the SCLC
Martin Luther King Jr
What civil rights act over turned the civil rights act of 1875
Founded in 1940's at University of Chicago and was the first non violent civil rights group
Fellowship of Reconciliation
What were the two most challenging goals of the SNCC
Public Accommodations and Political Power
Three options of black people when attempting to end segregation
Acceptance, Fight or immigrate to Africa.
The NUL was founded to do what?
Economic Empowerment of Blacks
Know the relationship between black ideology and Maclom Little's family legacy
Which city had the largest NAACP Chapter
What two events motivated Malcom X to speak in Detroit
Battle of Birmgham and Murder of Ron Stocks.
Individual who is infamous for his attempts to vindicate black masculinity against racism in part by raping black women was
The Black Congress sacrilege for which blood could be shed was
sitting at the table with men
Who was the father of black liberation theology
The belief that individual wealth is a sign of divine favor is know as what?
Know as the first act of slavery the biblical passage is from what book
Book of Genesis
Black Female Church leader condemned others for not helping black people
Nany Helen Burrows
Which congressional act declared slaves held by the confederacy could come to the union and be free?
Second Congressional Act/Second Concatenation Act
The emancipation proclamation was issued when?
Who founded the Socialist party of America
Eugen v Dubbs
Who opposed socialism
Capitalism and business owners
Mad at the Socialist Party W.A. Domingo turned to which militant group
African Blood Brotherhood
Aided by the socialist party of America Chandler Owens and A. Phillip Randolph founded this radical monthly magazine.
After the NAACP Refused to take the case the international labor defense defended nine black men charged with raping two white women. Where did this famous case take place?
Scotts Burrow Alabama
Women who challenged the strict gender rules of the BPP by refusing to leave a discussion at a regional black student society meeting.
E Francis White
Big 6 Organization
Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and National Urban League (UNL)
When was the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) founded?
January 10, 1957
When was the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) founded?
When was the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) founded?
Who was a major leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)?
Martin Luther King Jr
Who was a major leader of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)?
Who was a major leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)?
When was the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters founded?
Who was a major leader of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters?
A. Philip Randolph
Who was the founder of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters?
C. L. Dellums
When was the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) founded?
Who was a major leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)?
When was the National Urban League (NUL) founded?
Who was a major leader of the Nation Urban League (NUL)?
What does CORE stand for?
Congress of Racial Equality
What does SNCC stand for?
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
What does SCLC stand for?
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
What does NUL stand for?
National Urban League
Who Founded Soul City?
What was Soul City's purpose?
To be a town open to all races, but placed emphasis on providing opportunities for minorities and the poor. It was also designed, as a means of reversing out-migration of minorities and the poor to urban areas.
Specific opportunities Soul City provided, such as jobs, education, housing, training, and other social services would help lessen the migration
What does NCNW stand for?
National Council Negro Women
Who founded the National Council for Negro Women?
Mary McLeod Bethune
What leader called for radically challenging "our economic development, educational achievement and political empowerment"?
Make changes from within the system
Forcefully over throw a government or social institution in favor of a new system.
What did the civil rights act of 1875 do?
Equal access to all forms of public accommodation.
1963 Civil rights campaign in Birmingham was know as?
Operation Oak Tree
Why did Malcolm X travel to Africa?
To search for truth and he ultimately discovered that Islam could unite people of all races.
First two black feminist organizations founded in 1973
National Black Feminist Organization (NBFO or BFO)
What are the three types of feminist theology
(1) Revolutionary Feminist Theology, (2) Reformist Feminist Theology
and (3) Reconstructionist Feminist Theology
What happened as a result of SNCC publicizing the sterilization campaign?
SNCC's distribution of the Genocide in Mississppi pamphlet garnered national attention and created a media fire storm which shed light on the racist operation.
What were the goals/ideology of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference?
Make racial equality possible through non violent protests and reformist actions.
What were the goals/ideology of the Congress of Racial Equality?
The group had evolved out of the pacifist Fellowship of Reconciliation, and sought to apply the principles of nonviolence as a tactic against segregation.And also helped organize the freedom rides.
What were the goals/ideology of the Student Nonviolence Coordination Committee?
The group believed in sit in protests where they organized strategies to protest for their struggle.
Who founded the SNCC
What were the goals/ideology of the Brother Hood of Sleeping Car Porters?
As first labor organization led by African Americans it was socialist labor movement and part of U.S. civil rights movement.
What were the goals/ideology National Association of the Advancement of Colored People?
Its mission is "to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination
What were the goals/ideology of the National Urban League?
nonpartisan civil rights organization that advocates on behalf of African Americans and against racial discrimination in the United States.
Who led the Niagara Movement?
W. E. D. Du Bois and William Trotter
What were the goals/ideology of the Niagara Movement?
A call for opposition to racial segregation and disenfranchisement, and it was opposed to policies of accommodation and conciliation promoted by African-American leaders such as Booker T. Washington.
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