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bias
a) treating someone differently because of who they are b) judging someone before getting to know them c) liking someone more or less because of who they are d) making fun of someone because of who they are
discrimination
a) call someone racist names b) judging someone before getting to know them c) a law making segregation illegal d) treat someone differently because of who they are
segregate
a) separate one group of people from another b) judging someone before getting to know them c) bringing two groups of people together d) a law to outlaw slavery
stereotype
a) judging someone before getting to know them b) a type of stereo system from the 1960's c) believing that all people from a certain group act the same way d) treating someone differently because of the color of their skin
Brown vs. Board of Education
a) law that gave more money to schools b) law that said schools could be segregated but had to be equal c) law making segregation illegal d) law that gave African Americans the right to vote
Linda Brown
a) Maniac's friend b) wanted to go to a white school but was not allowed c) her father fought for the freedom of African Americans during the Civil War d) Amanda Beale's sister
Plessy vs. Ferguson
a) law saying things can be separate but must be equal b) law making segregation illegal c) law giving rights to African Americans after the Civil War d) law that said schools had to integrate black and white students
prejudice
a) a law outlawing segregation b) treating someone differently because of who they are c) judging someone before getting to know them d) judging a whole group of people based on the actions of one person
integrate
a) separating groups of people b) bringing different groups of people together to form one group c) treating someone differently based on the color of their skin d) judging someone before getting to know them
14th Amendment
a) law giving African Americans the right to attend whatever school they want b) law making segregation illegal c) law saying things can be separate but they must be equal d) law protecting the rights of African Americans after the Civil War and slavery ended
The word written on the Beale's house that was directed at Maniac
a) fishbelly b) rat c) snitch d) loser
The names of Amanda's little brother and sister.
a) Sarah and Samuel b) Hester and Lester c) Sally and Harry d) Fran and Fred
What was Mrs. Beale always doing before Maniac came to live with them?
a) walking Bow Wow b) cleaning the kitchen c) doing laundry d) cleaning off crayon marks on the walls and everywhere else
Where did Maniac live before going to stay with the Beales?
a) the hen house b) the public library c) a barn in the country d) the deer pen at the zoo
What was Maniac known for on the East End?
a) eating lots of pizza b) reading all the time c) untying knots d) running races
What kind of town was Two Mills?
a) integrated b) segregated c) big d) rich
Why did the old man, the ragpicker, say about black and white people?
a) one day they will be friends b) they should be friends c) Black is black! White is white! d) they should integrate their communities
What did Amanda do to try and keep Maniac from leaving the East End and her house?
a) promise to let him read the A encyclopedia b) let him read one of her books everyday c) yell at him and say he would starve and have no place to sleep or go to the bathroom if he left d) tell her dad to beat up the old man so he wouldn't bother Maniac
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