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Grade 6 Civil Rights
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"We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice." -Martin Luther King, Jr.

How did Martin Luther King, Jr. support the realization of his quote?
  1. He helped integrate American schools by voting for laws as a congressman.
  2. He led protests to end gender discrimination in the workforce.
  3. He helped the United States inspire troops during the Vietnam War.
  4. He led the protest movement that resulted in laws giving African Americans equal rights.
Grade 6 Civil Rights
Where was Martin Luther King born?
  1. Atlanta, Georgia
  2. Savannah, Georgia
  3. Washington, D.C.
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Grade 6 Civil Rights
What was the "prize" won by Martin Luther King Jr.?
  1. The Peace Award
  2. The Nobel Peace Prize
  3. The Prize of the Nobility
Grade 6 Civil Rights
What was the name of the organization Woodson developed in 1915?
  1. American History for Negroes
  2. Woodson Organization
  3. Black American History Club
  4. Study of Negro Life and History
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Rosa Parks was considered:
  1. the "Mother of the Apartheid."
  2. the "Mother of the Martin Luther King."
  3. the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement."
Grade 6 Civil Rights
Mark 4 things that the women suffragists worked for.
  1. Equal pay for equal work.
  2. Women's right to vote in all elections.
  3. The right to bear arms.
  4. Equal rights in a marriage.
  5. Women's right to fight equally in wars.
  6. The right to a better education.
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After College Woodson taught in a Washington, D.C.
  1. Elementary School
  2. Middle School
  3. High School
  4. Tech High Scool
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Carter Woodson's family was large, and he was needed to work
  1. on the farm
  2. on the railroad
  3. in a store
  4. as a housewife
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What was Dr. King's most famous speech called?
  1. I Have a Bus Boycott
  2. I Have a Sit In
  3. I Have a Dream
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Carter G. Woodson was born on December 19, 1875. Name choose the correct city and state
  1. Chicago, Illinois
  2. Washington D.C.
  3. Canton, Virginia
  4. Columbus, Ohio
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