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May 20, 1775 - The King's laws and Gov't are annulled
a) Mecklenburg Resolves b) Halifax Resolves c) Declaration of independence d) Bill of Rights
What did Brown v. Board of Education achieve?
a) Equal access to education b) Prohibited discrimination during the rental or purchase of a home c) Prohibited discrimination at work, in schools, and in the public d) protected African-Americans voting rights
What did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 achieve?
a) Prohibited discrimination at work, in schools, and in the public b) protected African-Americans voting rights c) Prohibited discrimination during the rental or purchase of a home d) Equal access to education
After Brown v. Board of Education, these students were one of the first to attend a desegregated school in the South
a) Greensboro 4 (1960) b) Little Rock Nine (1957) c) March on Washington (1963) d) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956)
This ended school segregation
a) March on Washington (1963) b) Greensboro 4 (1960) c) Little Rock Nine (1957) d) Brown v. Board of Education (1954)
Rosa Parks and MLK Jr. led this quest for desegregation by refusing to ride busses.
a) March on Washington (1963) b) Greensboro 4 (1960) c) American Revolution boycotts d) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956)
Most famous and successful Sit-in in US History
a) March on Washington (1963) b) Greensboro 4 (1960) c) American Revolution boycotts d) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956)
Colonial Americans refused to pay taxes on imported goods or on printed materials
a) March on Washington (1963) b) Greensboro 4 (1960) c) American Revolution boycotts d) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956)
Most famous and successful march in US History
a) March on Washington (1963) b) Greensboro 4 (1960) c) American Revolution boycotts d) Montgomery Bus Boycott (1956)
action by a mass group of people in favor of a cause in order to call attention to the cause
a) Lobbying b) Boycott c) Sit-In d) March
Persuading elected official to make specific laws (usually involves favors and money)
a) Picketing b) Boycott c) Sit-In d) Lobbying
a protest in which peopleĀ sitĀ or stay in a place and refuse to leave until they are given what they demand
a) Picketing b) Boycott c) Sit-In d) March
To stop buying something in order to make a statement and to hurt your opponent economically
a) Picketing b) Boycott c) Lobbying d) March
People gather together to protest something often carrying a sign
a) Picketing b) Boycott c) Sit-In d) March
Arpil 20, 1776 - 1st document to call for independence in the colonies
a) Declaration of independence b) Mecklenburg Resolves c) Halifax Resolves d) Bill of Rights
1st government, weak National gov't, a failure
a) Declaration of independence b) Mecklenburg Resolves c) Halifax Resolves d) Articles of Confederation
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