When did the American Civil War end?
The American Civil War ended in ... (year)
The end of the Civil War also meant the end of ...
What year were African Americans allowed to vote?
African Americans were allowed to vote in ... (year)
True or False? Everything became easy for black people once they were given the right to vote.
True or False? In the former Confederate states, black people were NOT encouraged to vote.
In a case called Plessy v. Ferguson, what did the Supreme Court decide to maintain in private businesses in 1896?
The Supreme Court decided to maintain ... in private businesses in 1896.
What were the two adjectives used to describe people's mentality at that time?
The two adjectives used to describe people's mentality at that time were "... but ..." (Type: adj.1 but adj.2)
What does NAACP stand for?
NAACP stands for the ... (Don't forget the capital letters!)
What was the goal of the NAACP at that time?
The goal of the NAACP was to increase ...
Did the members of the NAACP reach their goal? (Did they get positive results?)
- Yes, they did.
- No, they didn't.
In which year did the Brown vs. Board of Education lawsuit ask for the end of segregation in schools?
The Brown vs. Board of Education lawsuit asked for the end of segregation in schools in ... (year)
In which year did the first integrated school in the United States open?
The first integrated school in the United States opened in ... (year)
In which year did the Montgomery Bus Boycott start?
The Montgomery Bus Boycott started in ... (year)
Who did the boycott organizers support?
The boycott organizers supported ...
which state were nine African American students (nicknamed the Little
Rock Nine) escorted by the Army to go to school in 1957?
When was the Civil Rights Act passed?
The Civil Rights Act was passed in ... (year)
Who largely influenced the approval of the Civil Rights Act?
The person who largely influenced the approval of the Civil Rights Act was ...
When was the Voting Rights Act passed?
The Voting Rights Act was passed in ... (year)
In which city did a six-day riot (= a noisy, violent public disorder caused by a group) take place?
A violent six-day riot took place in ...
How many people were killed?
Which leader influenced the Black Panther Party?
The leader who influenced the Black Panther Party was ...
- Martin Luther King
- Malcolm X
- Jesse Jackson
What happened to this leader in 1965?
- He was assassinated.
- He was sent to prison.
- He died in a car accident.
When was Martin Luther King Jr killed?
Martin Luther King Jr was killed in ... (Type: Month year)
Name the first African American President.
When was he elected?
He was elected in ... (year)