October 28 -November 7, 1959 (pages 1-17)
1. In what year was Black Like Me originally published?
2. What state is the author, John Howard Griffin, from?
3. What sparks Griffin's questions about race?
(a) An event he encountered.
(b) A report that he read.
(c) A conversation he had.
(d) A story he wrote.
4. According to Griffin, what do Southern whites say about the relationship between blacks and whites?
(a) It is an abusive relationship.
(b) It is a healthy relationship.
(c) It is an unfair relationship.
(d) It is an invisible relationship.
5. What is the name of the black magazine Griffin's friend owns?
6. How does Griffin pay for his journey as a black man?
(a) He begs his way through the South.
(b) George Levitan agrees to pay for it.
(c) Unnamed sponsors pay for it.
(d) He pays for it out of his own pocket.
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