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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 18, who was the New Jersey lawyer who agreed to be the admitting lawyer for Shakur?
2. In Chapter 19, which hall was Shakur housed in?
3. In Chapter 12, what was Shakur's intended major at first?
4. In Chapter 17, when was there police repression of the Black Liberation Army?
5. How did Shakur's daughter react when Shakur tried to hug her in Chapter 20 during a visit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Shakur learn about scalping in Chapter 13?
2. What was the women's section like at Manhattan Correctional Center?
3. What were some of Shakur's duties as a member of the medical cadre at the Black Panther Party in Chapter 15?
4. In Chapter 15, what was the first task that Shakur performed at the Black Panther Party office?
5. In Chapter 20, how did Shakur describe the visit with her daughter?
6. How did Shakur describe Manhattan Correctional Center in Chapter 14?
7. Who was Lolita Lebron?
8. In Chapter 17, why did Shakur believe that the various organizations working for Black freedom should not consolidate?
9. What did Shakur plan to study when she first went to college in Chapter 12, and why did she change her mind?
10. What did Shakur think it meant to go underground at first?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Shakur met many individuals who were well-known for their fight for Black rights. Who were some of these individuals and how did they influence her beliefs and the way she lived her life?
Essay Topic 2
During one trial, a bank manager testified that Shakur was not the woman who robbed his bank. How and why were various Black revolutionaries, like Shakur framed for crimes they did not commit?
Essay Topic 3
Shakur was accused of many crimes and had to endure many trials. In what ways was Shakur treated unjustly through the various trials and how did the injustice affect whether she was perceived as innocent or guilty?
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