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Civil Rights Movement Quizzes, Questions & Answers

The 1960s in America were a tumultuous time. The Vietnam War was ramping up while peace and love were being promoted at home, and the fight for equal rights and desegregation for minority black Americans was being taken to the capital. Can you name the year that the Civil Rights Act which outlawed segregation was passed? Bonus points if you can name the president that signed it!
 
While this Civil Rights Act wasn’t the first (or the last), can you name the two black leaders of the 1960’s Civil Rights movement? Like any great country, the history of the USA is filled with political upheaval, protest, and a staunch stance on liberty. If you’re a true history buff or just trying to sharpen your skills, our quizzes on American Civil Rights is sure to challenge even the most experienced historian!

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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...

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    The NAACP stands for:
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Civil Rights Movement - African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Women, Native Americans

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    Which of the following affirmed the legality of racial segregation and prompted the passage of the Jim Crow laws?
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After watching the documentary Mighty Times, students will be able answer the following quiz.

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    What started after Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white passenger?
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    In 1954 U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka case determined that
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This quiz assesses student knowledge of important people, places, and events that took place during the civil rights movement.

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    What group of students was famous for challenging school segregation in the South?
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