Do you understand the importance of the Civil Rights movement? The Civil Rights movement was a mass protest of racial segregation and inequality. It started with the blacks attempting to abolish slavery. The Brown vs. The Board of Education trumpeted the beginning of the end of racial segregation. Martin Luther King’s I have a dream address is another highlight of the civil rights movement. This groundbreaking quiz on civil rights movement will ensure your freedom from the uncertainty about the information in this quiz.
National African American Civil Protection
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
National Association for the Advancement of Civil Protections
National Association of Colored People
Gave women the right to vote
Gave all men the right to vote
Said slavery was allowed in the South
Schools must be segregated - whites and blacks separated
Schools could be separate but must be equal
Schools must be integrated - whites and blacks together
School were fair and balanced as they existed
Sit-in, Boycott, and March
Martin Luther King Jr.
George C. Wallace
March of NAACP
Birmingham Integration Demonstration
None of the Above
Pope John II
City of Lights
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