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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Civil Rights Questions

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Grade 10 Civil Rights
The Little Rock Nine Crisis was a pivotal event during the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. What was the main focus of this event?
  1. Voting rights for African Americans
  2. Desegregation of public schools
  3. Anti-discrimination laws for employment
  4. Fair housing practices
Grade 10 Civil Rights
What role did the Little Rock Nine Crisis play in the broader Civil Rights Movement?
  1. It led to the creation of the NAACP
  2. It marked the end of segregation in all public facilities
  3. It showcased the challenges and violence faced by African American activists
  4. It inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott
Grade 10 Civil Rights
How did the Little Rock Nine Crisis contribute to the eventual desegregation of public schools across the United States?
  1. It led to immediate nationwide desegregation of schools
  2. It established federal funding for integrated schools
  3. It set a precedent for the use of military force to enforce desegregation
  4. It prompted Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Grade 10 Civil Rights
The Little Rock Nine were a group of African American students who were the first to integrate which high school?
  1. Central High School
  2. Jefferson High School
  3. Lincoln High School
  4. Washington High School
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Grade 10 Civil Rights
What are civil rights?
  1. an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason
  2. an area of public land set aside by the government for Native Americans
  3. rights that involve equal status and treatment and the right to participate in gov't
Grade 10 Civil Rights
What is separation of races called?
  1. separation
  2. isolation
  3. segregation
  4. intimidation
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Grade 10 Civil Rights
Northerners were fearful of the abolitionist movement because they thought it would
  1. provide jobs.
  2. cause job shortages.
  3. bring the North and South together.
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