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SS8 H11 Modern Civil Rights Review

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  • Q1
    In what court case did the Supreme Court declare that segregated public schools were unconstitutional?
    Plessy v. Ferguson
    Brown v. Board of Education
    Scopes Monkey Trial
    Leo Frank Case
  • Q2
    What reason did the Supreme Court give for declaring segregation unconstitutional?
    separate is but equal gives black children an advantage that the court did not want them to have
    separate is never equal; causes psychological damage by making black children feel inferior
    separate but equal is fair as long as both facilities are equal`
  • Q3
    As civil rights movement leaders, what major events did John Lewis and Martin Luther King, Jr. help organize?
    Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v. BOE
    Sibley Commission, Montgomery Bus Boycott`
    March on Washington, Albany Movement
  • Q4
    What were the goals of SCLC and SNCC?
    to end the Sibley Comission
    peaceful, nonviolent protests of segregation and discrimination
    violent protests to end segregation
  • Q5
    During which major Civil Rights movement event did protesters gather in the nation's capital to demand equal rights and to push for Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act?
    Albany Movement
    Montgomery Bus Boycott
    March on Washington

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