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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What happened on the night that the settlement with the city was reached?
(a) The KKK arrived to protest.
(b) Abernathy was killed.
(c) An activist's home and a hotel were bombed.
(d) The White House told King to back off.
2. What did King want the Kennedy Administration to issue?
(a) A Second Emancipation Proclamation.
(b) An apology for Jim Crow.
(c) A segregation bill.
(d) Reparations for slavery.
3. King announced that a Second Emancipation Proclamation would be delivered where?
(a) The Mayor of Atlanta.
(b) The White House.
(c) The US Congress.
(d) The United Nations.
4. When King was pulled over while driving, what did he not have?
(a) A voter's registration card.
(b) Proof of Insurance.
(c) A Georgia driver's license.
(d) Car insurance.
5. Who did King visit with in New York about the Washington Pilgrimage?
(a) Roy Wilkins.
(b) Andrew Joyce.
(c) Wayne Brown.
(d) Michael du Bois.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was hired to oversee the Crusade for Citizenship rallies, but then let go because of rumors of his homosexuality and communist connections?
2. What organizations did the students form out of the lunch counter sit-ins?
3. Who came to the attention of the FBI at the Youth March for Integrated Schools?
4. Who did King speak with about the bombing, suggesting that a strong stand needed to be taken?
5. What organization was formed in Albany to fight racism?
Short Essay Questions
1. What happened at Birmingham's Bethel Baptist Church? What did King do about this?
2. Why was there a rivalry between SNCC and NAACP? Describe how this affected the actions of the groups.
3. What did Connor do to shop the marchers in Birmingham? How did the marchers respond?
4. What was Martin Luther King, Jr.'s background like? What was his family like?
5. What was Wilkins concerned about when King met with him?
6. Why did the protests in Birmingham not get off to the start that King wanted?
7. What was King accused of when he returned to Atlanta from North Carolina? How did he and his supporters react?
8. What was the Freedom Ride? What were the results?
9. What happened to King in New York?
10. What racial discrimination did King face at Crozer?
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