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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the chapter "Toward Interracial Cooperation" name as the most "pressing reason to draw out the poison of racial antagonism"?
2. In what state was Mary McLeod Bethune born?
3. During Bethune's travel through 21 states, what percent of youth did she find to be Black?
4. In 1935, what leader of the Texas state committee insisted that Texas Whites would object to an integrated Texas community?
5. At which bible institute did Mary McLeod Bethune study?
Short Essay Questions
1. What concerns did interracial cooperation in the workplace world bring about?
2. How did the Federal Emergency Relief Administration of the Department of Labor make life harder for Blacks during the Depression?
3. What was the Negro Congress and the Southern Negro Youth Congress able to settle in regard to the strike between Black women and the I.N. Vaughn Company?
4. What change did the Susan B. Anthony Amendment face in regard to the Jones Amendment?
5. What happened to the Daytona School for Girls between 1915 and 1927?
6. What did Mary McLeod Bethune do at the age of 52 in 1927?
7. In 1919, what unusual step did Senator Henry Cabot Lodge take?
8. How did Mary McLeod Bethune finance the Daytona School for Girls?
9. What desire did Mary McLeod Bethune have after leaving Presbyterian Mission School?
10. In the South, what did racial antipathy do?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Choose one of the Black women's clubs detailed in the book and describe:
1) its initial founding
2) the focus of the group
3) the progress the group made and
4) the opposition the group faced.
Essay Topic 2
Although the book's focus was mainly on the problems that Black women faced, issues that White women faced were also detailed. Compare and contrast the issues that both White and Black women faced.
Essay Topic 3
Many specific acts against Blacks were defined as being the initial reason to start an organization, a woman's initial involvement in the movement, and a call for serious social change. Discuss in depth one of the acts described in the book (in regard to the beginning of a group), the actions that supported the need for the change, who spearheaded the act, and where they took their hopes for the necessary change.
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