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A B C D E. 1 2 3 4. A. B. C. D. Racing Game By Joe Hart 2012 joe.hart@clayton.k12.ga.us http://heritagekids.info/5.htm. 1. Move the cursor over the arrow to make the car move in direction of the arrow.

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A b c d e

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Racing Game

By Joe Hart 2012

joe.hart@clayton.k12.ga.us

http://heritagekids.info/5.htm

1. Move the cursor over the arrow to make the car move in direction of the arrow.

2. Move to Letter that matches with the correct answer.

Click here to enter your name.

Click here to begin


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1. ________ of Topeka, Kansas, wanted to go to school with the other children in her neighborhood. 

A. Linda Brown B. Sandra Day O’Connor

C. Geraldine Ferraro D. Linda Brown

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always D.


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2. Federal laws had supported segregation as long as the black and white schools were _____.

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in the same state

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always B.


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3. _________ agreed to present the case Brown vs Board of Education before the Supreme Court.

A. Martin Luther King, Jr. B. Cesar ChavezC. Thurgood Marshall

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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4. The Supreme Court ordered an end to _______ in public schools.

A. Social Studies

B. teachers

C. segregation

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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5. On December 1, 1955, a young African American woman named ______ refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger.

A. Geraldine Farraro

B. Linda Brown

C. Rosa Parks

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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6. _______ a young minister in Montgomery believed that change could come peacefully by working together.

A. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

B. Thurgood Marshall

C. Malcolm X

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always b.


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7. Changing things by using ______ or peaceful ways, was important to Martin Luther King, Jr.

A. violence

B. nonviolence

C. weapons

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always B.


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8. African Americans boycotted the buses for more than a year.

A. True

B. False

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always A.


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9. ________ ruled that segregation on public buses was illegal.

A. Malcolm X

B. MLK

C. The Supreme Court

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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10. African Americans looked on Martin Luther King, Jr., as their leader in the fight _________.

A. against segregation B. for civil rightsC. all of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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11. African Americans were not allowed _______ as white people.

A. to sit in the same theaters

B. eat at the same restaurants

C. all of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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12. In jail, King wrote, “We know through painful experience that _______ is never voluntarily given… It must be demanded.”.

A. freedom

B. slavery

C. none of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always A.


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13. MLK said, “I have a ___ that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of slave-owners will be able to sit down together at the table of brotherhood.

A. dream

B. plan

C. none of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always A.


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14. Civil Rights Act said that _________________.

A. segregation should end

B. all races should have the same job opportunities

C. all of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always C.


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15. In 1964 MLK received the ______ for using nonviolent ways to bring about change.

A. congressional metal of honor

B. Nobel Peace Prize

C. all of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always B.


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16. _____ early speeches called for complete separation of white people and black people. Only in this way could African Americans truly be free.

A. Malcolm X’s

B. MLK’s

C. all of these

Note to Teacher: The answer for this slide is always A.


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