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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Civil Rights Questions

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Grade 7 Civil Rights
Malcolm X's parents were activists in whose Universal Negro Improvement Association?
  1. Medgar Evers
  2. W.E.B. Dubois
  3. Marcus Garvey
  4. Booker T. Washington
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Grade 7 Civil Rights
What was the name of the Pan-African organization created by Malcolm X following his departure from the Nation of Islam?
  1. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
  2. Organization of Afro-American Unity
  3. Congress of Racial Equality
  4. Alpha Suffrage Club
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To which group of people was racial segregation primarily directed towards?
  1. Chinese
  2. Irish
  3. African Americans
  4. American Indians
Grade 7 Civil Rights
Which of the following is not true about "Jim Crow" Laws?
  1. Made discrimination practices illegal
  2. Passed to discriminate against African Americans
  3. Made discrimination practices legal
  4. Were characterized by unequal opportunities
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What group of people was not considered citizens until 1924?
  1. Irish Americans
  2. Chinese Americans
  3. African Americans
  4. American Indians
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Where was Malcolm X born?
  1. Omaha, Nebraska
  2. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  3. Lansing, Michigan
  4. Boston, Massachusetts
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When was Emmett Till born?
  1. July 25, 1941
  2. June 5, 1955
  3. August 28, 1955
  4. July 25, 1945
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