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Who was a president and wrote a plan for world peace?
a) Woodrow Wilson b) Harry F. Byrd, Sr. c) Oliver Hill, Sr. d) A. Linwood Holton, Jr.
Who was the first African American woman to establish and become a bank president in the United States?
a) Harry F. Byrd, Sr. b) Arthur Ashe c) Maggie L. Walker d) Oliver Hill, Sr.
Oliver Hill is know for being a lawyer and he--
a) first African American woman to establish a bank. b) played an important role in the Brown v. Board of Education c) appointed more African Americans and women to positions in state government than previous governors. d) first African American to be elected as a state governor in the United States.
A. Linwood Holton is important to Virginia History because---
a) first African American woman to establish a bank. b) played an important role in the Brown v. Board of Education c) he appointed more African Americans and women to positions in state government than previous governors. d) first African American to be elected as a state governor in the United States.
George C. Marshall---
a) first African American woman to establish a bank. b) created an economic plan to ensure world peace c) wrote a plan for world peace d) appointed more African Americans and women to positions in state government than previous governors.
Which person was known for "Pay as you go" policy?
a) Harry F. Byrd, Sr. b) A. Linwood Holton c) Arthur Ashe, Jr. d) Oliver Hill, Sr.
Which person was a lawyer and civil rights leader who worked for equal rights of African Americans and played a key role in the Brown v. Board of Education?
a) Oliver Hill, Sr. b) L. Douglas Wilder c) A. Linwood Holton, Jr. d) Arthur Ashe, Jr.
Which person was the first African American winner of a major men's tennis singles championship?
a) L. Douglas Wilder b) Oliver Hill, Sr. c) A. Linwood Holton, Jr. d) Arthur Ashe
Who led a Massive Resistance movement against the desegregation of public schools?
a) Oliver Hill, Sr. b) Harry F. Byrd, Sr. c) George C. Marshall d) Woodrow Wilson
What policy was established to resist the integration of public schools?
a) segregation b) discrimination c) integration d) Massive Resistance
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