He was black and the closest school was for whites.
He was white and the closest school was for blacks.
He was timid and was fearful to go to school.
He stayed home because his mother wanted him homeschooled.
The base was segregated because the President had forbidden integration.
The base was segregated except for private areas.
The base was segregated only on trolleys or buses.
The base was integrated because the President had forbidden segregation.
The men were afraid that other black men would find them.
The men were meeting in shotgun houses.
The men were activists and trying to change society.
The men were meeting with the police.
A poor orphaned child
A civil rights activist
Blacks had to have cohorts to vote
Blacks had to have a privileged position
Blacks had to have white people to vouch for them
All of the above
A tax that was on telephone polls
A tax that only black people had to pay
A tax that only white people had to pay
A tax that every registered voter had to pay
Blacks were required to sit in the back of the bus
Blacks were required to sit in the front of the bus
Blacks were required to fill in the empty seats in the front
Blacks were required to always sit on top of the bus
They wanted to get home and were tired of sitting down
They wanted to get home and were tired of standing up
They wanted to get to work
They thought she was right about sitting down
To protest against unequal education
To protest against brutality, and lynching
To protest against racial discrimination
All of the above
It shows how crowded the meetings were
It shows how many black people were in it
It shows how the organization came together
It shows how long ago all this happened