When was Martin Luther King Jr born?
He was born in ... (year)
Where was Martin Luther King Jr born?
He was born in ... (Type: City, State)
Who inspired him to fight for civil rights?
- his mother
- his grandmother
- his father
- his grandfather
When did he marry Coretta Scott? (year)
He married Coretta Scott in ...
Right or Wrong? Coretta Scott also played an important role in the fight for civil rights.
Martin Luther King Jr became pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery. In which state is Montgomery?
He became pastor in ...
Which public means of transport was boycotted in 1955 in Montgomery?
What was the name of the African American woman who was arrested on a bus?
- Rosa Clark
- Rosa Parks
- Rosa Spark
Why was she arrested?
- She was arrested because she had not bought her ticket.
- She was arrested because she had insulted the bus driver.
- She was arrested because she had refused to give her seat to a white man.
How long did the Montgomery Bus Boycott last?
- It lasted well over a week.
- It lasted well over a month.
- It lasted well over a year.
By 1957, King helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. In order to fight for civil rights this group used ...
- peaceful protest methods such as boycotts, sit-ins and marches.
- violent methods such as the use of guns, bombs and the kidnapping of people.
King was also adept at utilizing another method to bring the issues into the forefront of public consciousness. What was it?
King was also adept at utilizing ...
What are the three states in which Martin Luther King Jr worked in the 1960s?
In the early 1960s, Martin Luther King Jr worked in southern states like ... (Type: State 1, State 2 and State 3)
When did the March on Washington take place?
The March on Washington took place on ... (Type: Month day, year)
On that day, Martin Luther King Jr delivered his famous 'I Have a Dream' speech. What did he plead for in this speech?
Martin Luther King Jr pleaded for ... (type: X and Y)
When was the Civil Rights Act passed?
It was passed in ... (year)
In 1965, a march between Selma and Montgomery ended in violence. What was the name given to that day?
The day was nicknamed ...
In 1966, King and his counterparts tried to steer the movement into the north of the country. Which city was the starting point?
The starting point was ...
Which war did Martin Luther King Jr oppose in 1967?
- He opposed the Cold War.
- He opposed the Korean War.
- He opposed the Vietnam War.
Where did Martin Luther King Jr go to show support for striking black public workers?
He went to ... (Type: City, State)
When was Martin Luther King Jr assassinated?
He was assassinated on ... (Type: Month day, year)
What did Martin Luther King Jr win in 1964?
He won ... (Don't forget the capital letters!)