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TEKS US History High School - H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement

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High School - U.S. History
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H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement

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  • Q1
    In the late 1800s, the Supreme Court's decision in Plessy v. Ferguson -
    recognized public protests as a legal form of civil disobedience
    affirmed the legality of federal regulation of state elections
    created a legal justification for segregation laws
    established a legal remedy for victims of discrimination
    60s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement
  • Q2
    What was the main result of the events referred to in these headlines?
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    The expansion of political and economic opportunities for minority citizens
    The growth of radical political parties on the East Coast
    The growth of insurance and welfare programs for elderly citizens
    The expansion of economic cooperation between northern and southern states
    30s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement
  • Q3
    How did W. E. B. Du Bois combat prejudice like that described in the excerpt?
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    He sought court orders to protect the rights of voters.
    He established an early civil rights group.
    He advocated making political compromises with segregationists.
    He demanded the passage of women's suffrage.
    60s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement
  • Q4
    How did the event described by Rosa Parks in this excerpt affect the Civil Rights movement?
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    It resulted in a bus boycott that lasted more than a year.
    It changed the way police arrested public protesters.
    It prompted the government to station the National Guard in southern states.
    It led to an increase in the number of registered voters in southern states.
    60s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement
  • Q5
    What was the goal of the protests depicted on this map?
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    To demonstrate the economic impact of discriminatory practices on interstate transportation
    To challenge the federal government to enforce Supreme Court rulings against discrimination in interstate transportation
    To persuade states to abandon discriminatory voter-registration procedures
    To pressure Congress to prohibit discrimination against disabled citizens
    60s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement
  • Q6
    How did the ideas presented in this address affect the early Civil Rights movement in the United States?
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    By encouraging African Americans to accept Jim Crow laws
    By directly supporting Marcus Garvey's Black Star Steamship Line
    By forming the basis for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
    By encouraging African Americans to achieve equality through vocational education
    30s
    H.9.A: Civil Rights Movement

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