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Civil Rights Advocates & WWI Yes, there are 5 questions for each daily warm-up; however, you only have to write what is highlighted. . Warm-ups Jan. 9-13. Jan. 9, 2012. What laws made segregation the law in the South?

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Civil rights advocates wwi yes there are 5 questions for each daily warm up however you only have to write what is highlighted

Civil Rights Advocates & WWIYes, there are 5 questions for each daily warm-up; however, you only have to write what is highlighted.

Warm-ups

Jan. 9-13


Jan 9 2012

Jan. 9, 2012

  • What laws made segregation the law in the South?

  • What court case involved a black man in Louisiana refusing to move from a “white only” railway car, was arrested and his case went to the Supreme Court where it ruled that segregation was legal and not unconstitutional as long as things were separate but equal.

  • What word means to take the right of voting away from a person or group?

    4. List three ways African Americans voting rights were restricted.

    5.Many whites in Georgia could not meet the voting qualifications just as most African Americans couldn’t. What was passed to ensure whites kept their right to vote by stating if someone in their family had the right to vote before 1867 they could vote without meeting the voting requirements?


Jan 9 20121

Jan. 9, 2012

  • What laws made segregation the law in the South? Jim Crow Laws

  • What court case involved a black man in Louisiana refusing to move from a “white only” railway car, was arrested and his case went to the Supreme Court where it ruled that segregation was legal and not unconstitutional as long as things were separate but equal. Plessy v. Ferguson

  • What word means to take the right of voting away from a person or group? Disenfranchisement

    4. List three ways African Americans voting rights were restricted. Poll taxes, literacy tests, and property tests

    5. Many whites in Georgia could not meet the voting qualifications just as most African Americans couldn’t. What was passed to ensure whites kept their right to vote by stating if someone in their family had the right to vote before 1867 they could vote without meeting the voting requirements? Grandfather Clause


Jan 10 2012

Jan. 10, 2012

  • After Reconstruction, in what type of election were African Americans not permitted to participate?

  • What word means separate but equal?

  • Which Civil Rights leader was the head of Tuskegee Institute, delivered the speech The Atlanta Compromise, promoted the idea of accommodationismwhich encouraged black Americans to take pride in common labor jobs and education and equality would come gradually?

  • Which Civil Rights leader was opposed to the idea of accommodationism, led a series of speeches about racial equality known as the Niagara Movement, and authored the Souls of Black Folk?

  • Who was the first African American


Jan 10 20121

Jan. 10, 2012

  • After Reconstruction, in what type of election were African Americans not permitted to participate? Primary

  • What word means separate but equal? Segregation

  • Which Civil Rights leader was the head of Tuskegee Institute, delivered the speech The Atlanta Compromise, promoted the idea of accommodationismwhich encouraged black Americans to take pride in common labor jobs and education and equality would come gradually? Booker T. Washington

  • Which Civil Rights leader was opposed to the idea of accommodationism, led a series of speeches about racial equality known as the Niagara Movement, and authored the Souls of Black Folk? W.E.B. Du Bois

  • Who was the first African American president of Morehouse College and Atlanta University, and devoted his life to educating black Americans. John Burns Hope


Jan 11 2012

Jan. 11, 2012

  • Who was a black business man from Atlanta whobecame wealthy by owning barber shops throughout the city, and later owned the largest black owned life insurance company in the nation?

  • What was the immediate cause of World War I?

  • How many Georgians participated in World War I?

  • Which state had more military training bases than any other during World War I?

  • What was the division of the U.S. Army in 1917 at Fort Gordon, Georgia called, because it had members from all 48 states?


Jan 11 20121

Jan. 11, 2012

  • Who was a black business man from Atlanta whobecame wealthy by owning barber shops throughout the city, and later owned the largest black owned life insurance company in the nation? Alonzo Herndon

  • What was the immediate cause of World War I?The assassination of Arch duke Franz Ferdinand of Austria by a terrorist group from Serbia

  • How many Georgians participated in World War I? 100,000

  • Which state had more military training bases than any other during World War I? Georgia

  • What was the division of the U.S. Army in 1917 at Fort Gordon, Georgia called, because it had members from all 48 states? Eighty-Second All American Division


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