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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. Who gave the main speech?
(a) W. E. B. Dubois.
(b) Dr. Martin Luther King.
(c) Rosa Parks.
(d) Medgar Evers.
2. What was held the night of December 5th?
(a) A prayer vigil.
(b) Nothing as they wanted to give the police not excuses for harrassment.
(c) A celebratory rally.
(d) Neighborhood potluck dinners.
3. How did Claudette's mother's employers feel about the boycott?
4. What did Gayle say about the case?
(a) He would resign his position.
(b) The city was happy to be vindicated.
(c) The city would appeal.
(d) The city would obey.
5. How did the black community feel after Parks' arrest?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was given as the reason for the segregation laws?
2. What was the name of Claudette's second son?
3. Under what name did Claudette start her new school?
4. What was Parks permitted to do?
5. What did Gray say segregation violated?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who were the judges on Claudette's court case?
2. What did Gray question Claudette about and what did the prosecutor try to do? How did Claudette do in court?
3. Where did Claudette's family take her to go back to school and what was the situation like there?
4. How and when did the bus boycott get started?
5. What did the Mayor of Montgomery say about the segregation and what was Judge Rives response?
6. What did vow to do when the Supreme Court upheld the court's decision and what happened finally? Where was Claudette on the first day the blacks began to ride the bus again?
7. Why was Parks considered a good figurehead for the bus boycott?
8. What happened to Rosa Parks when she was arrested and why did this make the black community angry?
9. When was Claudette's baby born, what was his name and what did she do while waiting for the lawsuit?
10. What did Claudette do when she returned to Montgomery?
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