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Fourth Grade (Grade 4) Civil Rights Questions

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Grade 4 Civil Rights
Why was there a Greensburo Sit-in?
  1. The store would not serve the African Americans.
  2. The store made fun of all the old people.
  3. The store would not serve any women.
  4. The store was about to close down.
Grade 4 Civil Rights
Where did Martin Luther King Jr. give his "I have a Dream" speech?
  1. Memphis, TN
  2. Oxford, MS
  3. Washington D.C.
  4. Seattle, Washington
Grade 4 Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Acts was passed in                .
  1. 1964
  2. 1974
  3. 1984
  4. 1864
Grade 4 Civil Rights
The Voting Rights Act was passed in                .
  1. 2065
  2. 1975
  3. 1965
  4. 1865
Grade 4 Civil Rights
What 1964 law banned segregation?
  1. the Segregation Act
  2. the LULAC Act
  3. the Civil Rights Act
  4. the Anti-Discrimination Act
Grade 4 Civil Rights
Who was a person who helped settle conflicts between migrant workers and farm owners?
  1. John Wesley Powell
  2. John Ross
  3. Frank Phillips
  4. Cesar Chavez
Grade 4 Civil Rights
The main purpose of the selection "My Brother Martin", is to __
  1. describe life in Atlanta during segregation
  2. entertain readers with a story of three siblings
  3. inform readers of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, young life
  4. persuade readers to treat each other with respect and kindness
Grade 4 Civil Rights
Laws passed in some southern states that encouraged segregation were called
  1. Jim Crow Laws
  2. Freedman Laws
  3. Reconstruction
Grade 4 Civil Rights
One of the first sit-ins in Mississippi took place at the                         in 1961.
  1. Oxford Public Library
  2. Trigg Public Library
  3. Greenwood Public Library
  4. Jackson Public Library
Grade 4 Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 banned
  1. minorities
  2. segregation
  3. equal rights
  4. voting
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