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The Montgomery bus boycott introduced a new generation of African American
a) bus drivers. b) high school students. c) leaders. d) baseball players.
. The Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education ended
a) the “separate but equal” doctrine. b) Jackie Robinson’s career in baseball. c) Eisenhower’s support of civil rights. d) discrimination in the hiring of federal employees.
President Truman ordered an end to discrimination in
a) Arkansas. b) the armed forces. c) labor unions. d) the transportation industry.
Which of the following was a result of the civil rights movement?
a) The federal government rebuilt the nation’s ghettos. b) De facto segregation ended in the North. c) Racism in the South came to an end. d) Thousands of African Americans could vote for the first time.
What did Malcolm X encourage African Americans to do?
a) to fight for greater integration with white society b) to separate themselves from white society c) to love and pray for white people d) to abandon violent, militant tactics in favor of civil disobedience
What was the goal of the Selma March?
a) to integrate bus terminal lunch counters b) to get more low-cost housing built c) to get voting rights legislation passed d) to protest “Bull” Connor’s tactics
Which was a highlight of the March on Washington?
a) Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech b) President Johnson’s “Great Society” speech c) President Kennedy’s “New Frontier” speech d) Stokely Carmichael’s “Black Power” speech
How did President Kennedy respond to the riot over James Meredith’s admission to the University of Mississippi?
a) He ignored the riot. b) He blamed civil rights activists. c) He condemned the university but did not interfere d) He sent army troops to restore order and protect Meredith.
In which state did Freedom Riders encounter violent resistance?
a) Michigan b) California c) Alabama d) West Virginia
In what way were the SCLC and CORE alike?
a) Both relied on militant tactics. b) Both were founded by church leaders. c) Both promoted nonviolent protest. d) Neither was interracial.
How did the National Urban League help African Americans?
a) by helping newcomers to large cities find homes and jobs b) by providing legal support to defend them in court c) by providing them with good medical care d) by helping them to integrate lunch counters
The black power movement taught that African Americans should
a) separate from white society and lead their own communities. b) strive to end segregation. c) emigrate to Africa. d) use nonviolent protest to bring about change.
After Congress passed the Voting Rights Act of 1965,
a) the civil rights movement slowly ended. b) white Southerners still prevented most African Americans from voting. c) many African Americans were elected to office at all levels. d) the Supreme Court declared the law unconstitutional.
Participants in the 1963 March on Washington hoped to
a) get “Bull” Connor prosecuted for police brutality. b) convince Congress to pass civil rights legislation. c) prevent the reelection of President Kennedy. d) do battle with the police of Washington, D.C.
After watching television coverage of the brutal tactics used against protesters by the Birmingham police, even opponents of the civil rights movement were
a) appalled by the police violence. b) angry with the peaceful protesters. c) supportive of the actions of the police. d) uninterested in the confrontation.
Martin Luther King, Jr., targeted Birmingham, Alabama, for demonstrations because he considered it
a) the most segregated city in the country. b) a city with very little segregation. c) a city that practiced de facto segregation. d) a city that would welcome an end to segregation.
SNCC was formed to enable students to
a) use more peaceful tactics than the SCLC. b) shift the civil rights movement to the North. c) make their own decisions about priorities and tactics d) establish a more interracial organization.
To achieve victory in the struggle for civil rights, Martin Luther King, Jr., and other members of the SCLC encouraged a policy of
a) armed confrontation. b) nonviolent protest. c) lawsuits. d) national strikes.
In 1957, Eisenhower used the Arkansas National Guard to
a) enforce school integration. b) uphold the “separate but equal” doctrine. c) protect factories from striking workers. d) support the governor of Arkansas.
The Congress of Racial Equality pursued its goals through
a) women’s church groups. b) congressional committees. c) bold newspaper advertisements. d) peaceful confrontation.
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