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None Social Sciences
Who did Rosa Parks work for in Detroit?
  1. A local civil rights organization
  2. A law firm
  3. A school
  4. Congressman John Conyers
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What did the U.S. Supreme Court declare in 1956?
  1. Segregation on public transportation was unconstitutional
  2. Segregation in schools was unconstitutional
  3. Segregation in housing was unconstitutional
  4. Segregation in the workplace was unconstitutional
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What was Rosa Parks' role in the Montgomery chapter of the NAACP?
  1. President
  2. Treasurer
  3. Secretary
  4. Vice President
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When and where was Rosa Parks born?
  1. Tuskegee, Alabama in 1955
  2. Montgomery, Alabama in 1913
  3. Detroit, Michigan in 1956
  4. Tuskegee, Alabama in 1913
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What is Susan B. Anthony's legacy in American history?
  1. She secured the right to vote for women
  2. She was the first woman to run for president
  3. She led a successful campaign against slavery
  4. She founded the National Women's Party
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In what state was Susan B. Anthony born?
  1. New York
  2. Massachusetts
  3. California
  4. Texas
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Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution granted women the right to vote?
  1. 14th Amendment
  2. 15th Amendment
  3. 16th Amendment
  4. 19th Amendment
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Who was Eleanor Roosevelt married to?
  1. Thomas Jefferson
  2. Abraham Lincoln
  3. Franklin D. Roosevelt
  4. John F. Kennedy
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What was Susan B. Anthony's stance on the temperance movement?
  1. She was a strong supporter of it
  2. She was against it
  3. She did not have a stance on it
  4. She only supported temperance for women
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What did Eleanor Roosevelt study at the New York School for Social Research?
  1. Law
  2. Economics
  3. Social reform and activism
  4. Journalism
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What was Eleanor Roosevelt's role in the New Deal policies during the Great Depression?
  1. She was a vocal critic
  2. She was a supporter
  3. She was neutral
  4. She was not involved
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What is the National Youth Administration?
  1. An organization that provides work and education opportunities for young women
  2. An organization that provides healthcare for low-income families
  3. An organization that promotes environmental conservation
  4. An organization that provides free legal aid to the poor
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What was Sojourner Truth's impact on the world?
  1. Her legacy continues to inspire social justice activists today.
  2. She helped galvanize the abolitionist movement.
  3. She paved the way for feminist movements.
  4. All of the above.
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In what year was Sandra Day O'Connor appointed to the Arizona Supreme Court?
  1. 1965
  2. 1975
  3. 1979
  4. 1981
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What was Sandra Day O'Connor's background before attending law school?
  1. She grew up in a wealthy family in New York City
  2. She worked as a teacher in a rural school district
  3. She served in the military during World War II
  4. She grew up on a cattle ranch in Texas
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Why did Sandra Day O'Connor retire from the Supreme Court?
  1. She was impeached by Congress
  2. She was diagnosed with a serious illness
  3. She wanted to spend more time with her family
  4. Her husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease
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Who appointed Sandra Day O'Connor to the United States Supreme Court?
  1. Bill Clinton
  2. George H. W. Bush
  3. Ronald Regan
  4. Jimmy Carter
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What is Ida B. Wells best known for?
  1. Advocating for suffrage
  2. Investigating and documenting cases of lynching
  3. Fighting for workers' rights
  4. Advocating for desegregation
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What is the lasting impact of Gloria Steinem's work?
  1. Her work has inspired future generations of activists
  2. Her work has had no impact on the world
  3. Her work has only impacted women in the United States
  4. None of the above
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What was Ida B. Wells' occupation?
  1. Teacher
  2. Journalist
  3. Civil Rights leader
  4. All of the above
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