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 1937, how many Black woman walked out of the I.N. Vaughn Company because of low wages and hard work?
(a) 400.
(b) 600.
(c) 200.
(d) 500.

2. What year was the Dryer bill introduced to Congress?
(a) 1934.
(b) 1921.
(c) 1915.
(d) 1907.

3. Who was the first Black woman named to the federal bench and also became the Manhattan Borough President in 1954?
(a) Constance Baker Motley.
(b) Chandra Smith-Jones.
(c) Bridget Brown-Marker.
(d) Claire Stuckker-Morris.

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

5. In what year was the Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education Supreme Court case argued?
(a) 1932.
(b) 1946.
(c) 1954.
(d) 1963.

6. 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?
(a) 6.
(b) 154.
(c) 27.
(d) 18.

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

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

9. How many children were in Charlotte Hawkins Brown's family?
(a) 11.
(b) 14.
(c) 19.
(d) 9.

10. 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 Balck men had "stood like men."
(c) Because the Black men had "taken out the White man for once."
(d) Because the Black man had "not backed down from each other."

11. According to the chapter "Black Braintrusters," how many Black women marched into the White House in 1941?
(a) 31.
(b) 67.
(c) 15.
(d) 100.

12. What was the name of the sheriff that upheld segregation ordinance in Birmingham, Alabama?
(a) Sam Spint.
(b) Steven McBride.
(c) Matthew Stride.
(d) Eugene Connor.

13. What group "went to the extraordinary length of taking a stand against lynching in 1917"?
(a) NWCL.
(b) ABWL.
(c) NAWSA.
(d) NCWA.

14. How many lynching took place between 1919 and 1923?
(a) 239.
(b) 100.
(c) 179.
(d) 301.

15. What magazine, in January 1924, announced that it would "show in pictures as well as writing, Negro women who are unique, accomplished, beautiful, intelligent, industrious, talented, and successful"?
(a) "Time."
(b) "The Messenger."
(c) "Women's Day."
(d) "The Truth."

Short Answer Questions

1. What mission in New York, helped women get job-placement, job training, and offered Afro-American history courses?

2. How many American women were working 1945?

3. What President's wife, in 1934, began taking an active stand on racial issues?

4. In what year did Legenia Burns Hope organize the Atlanta Neighborhod Union?

5. What, according to the chapter "Toward Interracial Cooperation," did Black women believe was essential to "racial harmony"?

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