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Title: Civil Rights Movement


1
Civil Rights Movement Key Domestic Changes of
the Post-WWII U.S.
Short-Answer and Multiple-Choice Review Guide
2
Use the answer bank below to complete the
short-answer questions on the following slides.
Then answer the multiple-choice questions.
  • Civil Rights Movement
  • Voting Rights Act of 1965
  • segregation
  • Brown v. Board of Education
  • sit-ins
  • W.E.B. DuBois
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • National Organization of Women (NOW)
  • Freedom Riders
  • ERA (Equal Rights Amendment)
  • Montgomery bus boycott
  • NAACP
  • Booker T. Washington
  • Title IX
  • Plessy v. Ferguson
  • Rosa Parks
  • women
  • President Harry S Truman
  • Civil Rights Act of 1964

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  • Which Supreme Court case ruled that school
    segregation was illegal?
  • Which Supreme Court decision did this overturn?

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2
  • What legislation was passed in 1972 to increase
    equality for womens athletics?

5
3
  • Which law outlawed certain practices in the South
    such as poll taxes and literacy tests?

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4
  • Which president desegregated the military?

7
5
  • What vocabulary word means, to divide groups
    based on race?

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6
  • In 1966, which womens organization was created
    to fight for equal pay for equal work?

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  • To protest segregated lunch counters, many high
    school and college students participated in
    ________.

10
8
  • What legislation outlawed the segregation of
    restaurants, hotels, and other public facilities?

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9
  • Who refused to give up her seat to a white
    passenger and was arrested and fined? (She is
    sometimes called the Mother of the Civil Rights
    Movement.)
  • What did the African American community do to
    protest the womans arrest?

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10
  • ________________ boarded Greyhound buses to
    protest segregated travel.

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11
  • Which amendment was designed to ban
    discrimination based on gender? (It failed to
    get enough support to pass.)

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12
  • Which organization was formed in 1909 to advance
    the rights and equality of African Americans?
    (W.E.B. DuBois was one of the early founders of
    this organization.)

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13
  • Which leader supported full and immediate social,
    civil, and political rights for African
    Americans?
  • Which leader believed equality for African
    Americans could be achieved through vocational
    training?

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  • Which civil rights leader supported non-violent
    resistance?

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During which time period did the events below
take place?
Organized protests
Marches
Freedom Riders
Sit-ins
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1. What type of civil disobedience did African
Americans use in 1961 to end segregation in the
South? A Jim Crow segregation B sit-ins C riots D
March on Washington
Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
19
2. What 1896 Supreme Court decision legalized Jim
Crow segregation in the South? A Plessy v
Ferguson B Gideon v Wainwright C Dred Scott v
Sanford D Brown v Board of Education
Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
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3. What was the result of the Supreme Court
decision in Brown v. Board of Education? A equal
voting rights B integration of all public
facilities C desegregation of public
schools D abolition of the poll tax
Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
21
  • The use of poll taxes to prevent African
    Americans from voting was outlawed by
  • A the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
  • B the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
  • C the 13th Amendment to the Constitution of the
    United States.
  • D the Patriot Act.

Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
22
  • The National Organization for Women was created
    to
  • A ensure women the right to vote.
  • B ensure that mothers have access to
  • affordable daycare.
  • C elect more women to public office.
  • D work against gender discrimination in
    employment.

Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
23
6. Which of the following is NOT true about women
in American society by the mid 1990s? A Most
women were paid less than men. B Women had
achieved full economic equality with
men. C Most women worked for pay outside the
home. D Women were underrepresented in the area
of elected public office.
Adapted from Va. Dept. of Ed.
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