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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At which bible institute did Mary McLeod Bethune study?
(a) Henderson Southern Baptist Institute.
(b) Hawking's Bible Institute.
(c) New York's Bible Institute.
(d) Moody Bible Institute.
2. In 1917, Ida Wells-Barnett held a memorial service for how many Black soldiers (hung in accusation for shooting Whites)?
3. What show featured Black women singing arias from "Faust," "Rigoletto," and other operas?
(b) Classics on Stage.
4. Where was the Council for Interracial Cooperation founded?
(a) Washington, D.C.
5. What did the chapter "Toward Interracial Cooperation" name as the most "pressing reason to draw out the poison of racial antagonism"?
(a) Social justice.
6. America was the ___________ nation to enfranchise women.
7. How many Black judges were "in the system" in New York City?
8. Who was the YWCA's first Black secretary?
(a) Eva Bowles.
(b) Madra Biship.
(c) Theresa Singer.
(d) Sandra Bruns.
9. How many, counting Mary McLeod Bethune, of her siblings were able to attend school?
10. What was sold to raise part of the rest of the money needed to finance the school that Bethune needed to start her school?
(a) Pies and cakes.
11. How much could a young unmarried woman in domestic service in the North earn in a week during 1920?
12. How much did the cost of living rise from 1914 to 1918?
13. What Black poet's work was entered into "The Congressional Record" by Senator Henry Lodge?
(a) Arna Bontemps.
(b) Maya Angelou.
(c) Claude McKay.
(d) Selma Thompkins.
14. What mission in New York, helped women get job-placement, job training, and offered Afro-American history courses?
(a) The Tulip Mission.
(b) The Oak Mission.
(c) White Rose Mission.
(d) Purple Iris Mission.
15. According to the chapter "Black Braintrusters," how many Black women marched into the White House in 1941?
Short Answer Questions
1. How many days did it take the Black female workers and the I.N. Vaughn Company to come to an agreement on new work conditions and wages?
2. What year was the Dryer bill introduced to Congress?
3. In 1915, how many students graduated from Daytona School for Girls?
4. Who was quoted at the opening of the chapter "The Second World War and After"?
5. What was the name of the student that spoke out against the Congressional tongue-lashing a university received for having a book on socialism in it's library?
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