When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America Test | Final Test - Easy

Paula Giddings
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. In 1917, Ida Wells-Barnett held a memorial service for how many Black soldiers (hung in accusation for shooting Whites)?
(a) 6.
(b) 11.
(c) 19.
(d) 37.

2. Why did the magazine of the NAACP in 1919 state that Black women felt pride for Black men during the race riots?
(a) Because the Black man had "stood up for the Black woman."
(b) Because the Black men had "taken out the White man for once."
(c) Because the Balck men had "stood like men."
(d) Because the Black man had "not backed down from each other."

3. In what year was the Anti-Lynching Crusaders organized?
(a) 1921.
(b) 1922.
(c) 1918.
(d) 1923.

4. Who was the YWCA's first Black secretary?
(a) Eva Bowles.
(b) Madra Biship.
(c) Sandra Bruns.
(d) Theresa Singer.

5. Who was elected President of the United States in 1932?
(a) Hoover.
(b) FDR.
(c) Ford.
(d) Harrison.

6. What was the name of the St. Louis Black woman that led a strike against a pecan factory owner?
(a) Connie Smith.
(b) Fanny Mae Smith.
(c) Sandra Blantly.
(d) Mildred Stevens.

7. How many Black branches did the YWCA have in the South in 1906?
(a) 23.
(b) 16.
(c) 0.
(d) 5.

8. Who was the first Black woman elected to the YWCA's national board in 1924?
(a) Mary Jackson.
(b) Elizabeth Ross Haynes.
(c) Lucy C. Laney.
(d) Lugenia Hope.

9. Where was the Council for Interracial Cooperation founded?
(a) Atlanta.
(b) Memphis.
(c) Washington, D.C.
(d) Chicago.

10. According to the chapter "Toward Interracial Cooperation," where did Black and White women "find a common meeting ground"?
(a) Women in the workplace issues.
(b) Religious orientation.
(c) Patriarchial issues.
(d) Sexual orientation.

11. In what year did Booker T. Washington die?
(a) 1927.
(b) 1935.
(c) 1947.
(d) 1915.

12. During the 1920s, what rate shot up?
(a) Birth rate.
(b) Suicide rate.
(c) Marriage rate.
(d) Divorce rate.

13. What did the chapter "Toward Interracial Cooperation" name as the most "pressing reason to draw out the poison of racial antagonism"?
(a) Welfare.
(b) Economy.
(c) Euqality.
(d) Social justice.

14. What mission in New York, helped women get job-placement, job training, and offered Afro-American history courses?
(a) White Rose Mission.
(b) The Tulip Mission.
(c) Purple Iris Mission.
(d) The Oak Mission.

15. How many people, out of the 139 named, were of mixed heritage in W.E.B. Du Bois' "Who's Who of Colored Americans"?
(a) 3.
(b) 15.
(c) 124.
(d) 65.

Short Answer Questions

1. In what year was the Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education Supreme Court case argued?

2. What did Elise McDougald state was assuming a subordinate place in regard to feminists efforts?

3. During the 1920s, what rate decreased?

4. What riot inspired the sonnet that Senator Henry Cabot Lodge placed into "The Congressional Record"?

5. In what year was the first segregated YWCA chartered in Ohio?

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