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  • Q1
    1. At what age did Malcolm X Goes into the Foster Care System?
    d. 16
    c. 20
    b. 14
    a. 13
  • Q2
    2. Who were the founders of the Black Panther Party?
    a. .Malcolm X and Martin Luther King
    d. Angela Davis and Huey Newton
    c. Huey Newton and Bobby Seale
    b. Little John and the Eastside Boys
  • Q3
    3. What are the three essential pillars of the Black Power movement?
    a. Black reliance, Black Love, Black Unity
    b.Black community control, Black self-determination,. Black self-defense
    D. Fighting, injustice, Love
    c. Love, Unity, Acceptance
  • Q4
    4. What tactic did Newton and Seale believe would be an effective strategy
    B. Guerilla Warfare
    D. None of the above
    C. Marches
    a. Non-Violence Protest
  • Q5
    5. Former leader of SNCC that turned toward black power and led the Black Panthers
    d. Stokley Carmichal
    c. James Ray
    b. Rosa Parks
    a. James Meredith
  • Q6
    6. What larger movement did the Panthers emerge from?
    c. The Native American Movement
    a. The Civil Rights Movement
    b. The Chicano Movement
    d. None of the above
  • Q7
    7. . Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X differed in their:
    a. willingness to speak publicly
    b. Opposition to segregation
    c. Desire to help African Americans
    d. Methods of Protest
  • Q8
    8. What is the name for the idea that Black Americans should have their own country?
    c. White Nationalism
    b. The Nation of Islam
    a. Black Nationalism
    d. Black PrideDO NOT WRITE ON TEST
  • Q9
    9. What does Black Power Movement Mean?
    a. Movement of the 1960s and 1970s was a political and social movement whose advocates believed in racial pride, self-sufficiency, and equity for all people of Black and African descent.
    b. The movement was a struggle for social justice that took place mainly during the 1950s and 1960s for Black Americans to gain equal rights under the law in the United States.
    c. a worldwide movement that aims to encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all indigenous and diaspora ethnic groups of African descent; noun
  • Q10
    10. .Which can we infer about the Black Panthers?
    a. They reacted to oppression and racial injustices
    b. They were militant and only sought to cause harm
    c. They only used non-violence
    d. They were created by MLK jr.
  • Q11
    11. Using your background knowledge, decide which Civil Rights leader stated these words:"Black people shouldn't be non-violent unless white people are going to be nonviolent."
    a. Martin Luther King, Jr.
    b. Malcolm X
    B. DuBois
    d. Marcus Garvey
  • Q12
    12. . Where did the Black Panther Party originate?
    a. New York, New York
    b. Oakland, California
    d. Los Angeles, California
    c. Chicago, Illinois
  • Q13
    13. Which was NOT part of the "10 Point Program"?
    a. We Want Freedom
    c. We want decent housing
    d. We want to own america
    b. We Want full employment for our people
  • Q14
    14. Which was the first of the Black Panthers ten point plan
    d. We want equality
    a. We want education
    b. We want freedom
    c. We want Full Employment
  • Q15
    15. Were 21 members of the Black Panthers Party arrested and accused of planned coordinated bombing and attack on two police stations and an education office in New York City
    a. FALSE
    b. TRUE

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