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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What particular case is Bill Bradley upset about?
(a) A lawyer punched an intern and the intern just kept quiet.
(b) A friend from a big LA law firm was molested and the law firm did not complain.
(c) An intern punched a partner in the face and nothing was reported.
(d) A law firm was sued by the LA police officers.
2. What book does Elaine Brown author?
(a) A Taste of Vinegar.
(b) A Taste of Sugar.
(c) A Taste of Power.
(d) A Taste of Acid.
3. What statement does Bill Bradley make about the Rodney King beating?
(a) It has nothing to do with him.
(b) It was nothing new.
(c) It was so unusual that a law has to be passed addressing it.
(d) It was a violation of human rights and should be totally penalized.
4. What is the female student thinking of at the time of the riots?
(a) She is worried that he might not remember to turn off the lights in the car.
(b) She was worried that one of her father's car might be hit by a bottle.
(c) She is scared that he might sell all his cars and leave town.
(d) She thinks that his father might have a driving accident.
5. Where does Maxine Waters give her speech after Daryl Gates resigns from the LAPD?
(a) At the Polo Lounge.
(b) At the Beverly Hills Hotel.
(c) At the Beverly Center.
(d) At the First African Methodist Episcopal Church.
6. Which African-American character does Mrs. Young-soon Han respect?
(a) Jesse Jackson.
(b) Arsenio Hall.
(c) Martin Luther King.
(d) Eddie Murphy.
7. What statement best describes Bill Bradley's stand on the laws of the land?
(a) He is outraged that someone should suggest differences in the treatment of people.
(b) He does not like discussing the laws and people.
(c) He acknowledges that the law treats different people in different ways.
(d) He does not acknowledge that the law treats different people in different ways.
8. How does Gladis Sibrian describe the riots?
(b) Social explosion.
9. What is the wrong perception about Daryl Gates' whereabouts when the disturbances begin?
(a) He was in a meeting with other policemen when in fact he was at home.
(b) He was reading a story to preschoolers when in fact he was at home.
(c) He was in church when in fact he was at home.
(d) He was at a fundraiser when in fact he was in a meeting about Proposition F.
10. When Dean Gilmour is starting his investigation, how many deaths does he think there are?
11. What statement does Bill Bradley make about race relations in the US?
(a) The race relations in the US are in its most ideal state.
(b) Everyone has a responsibility to try to improve race relations in the US.
(c) There is no improvement that should be done in the race relations in the US.
(d) It is the government's responsibility to improve race relations in the US.
12. What report does Maxine Waters refer to that discusses the ills of society, among others?
(a) Waters Commission Report.
(b) Kerner Commission Report.
(c) Gates Commission Report.
(d) Report Against Police Violence.
13. What is a "deadeye"?
(a) A very good assistant in the field.
(b) A very good shooter.
(c) A very good gun cleaner.
(d) A very good range manager.
14. What does Betye's companion think about the verdict?
(a) He thought that an acquittal is a career suicide for the judge.
(b) He thought that there will be trouble because of the acquittal.
(c) He thought that an acquittal is a given.
(d) He thought that the verdict was unbelievable.
15. What is Elaine Brown's former occupation?
(a) Head of the Black People's Party.
(b) Head of the Panthera Party.
(c) Head of the Black Panther Party.
(d) Head of the Revenge Party.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Braun think Pontius Pilate is doing?
2. How long will it take to figure out what happens to the Black Panther Party, according to Elaine Brown?
3. How does Twilight Bey describe himself?
4. What is Betye Saar's current occupation?
5. According to Hami Bhabha, what are the people trying to understand?
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