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What do you know about Civil Rights?

1. What is the meaning of Civil Rights?
    A Slavery is not allowed in the United States.
    B Local government can veto Federal Government.
    C A law making everyone be polite to each other.
    D An individuals right as a citizen to participate freely and equally in politics and public affairs.

2. Who is considered the leader of Civil Rights?
    A Martin Luther King, Jr.
    B Rosa Parks.
    C Joseph Califano.
    D H. Hoover.

3. The cities of Selma and Montgomery are in which US state?
    A Georgia.
    B Alabama.
    C South Carolina.
    D Mississippi.

4. What was Joseph Califano's job title in the LBJ Administration?
    A Chief Inspector.
    B Agent.
    C Special Assistant to the President.
    D Major General.

5. What is the conversion of 1600 hours (Military Time)?
    A 12 noon.
    B 4:00 p.m.
    C 6:00 p.m.
    D 10:00 a.m.

6. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on what day and by whom?
    A February 10, 1942 by Adolph Hitler.
    B July 30, 1965 by TJ Markel.
    C April 4, 1968 by James Earl Ray.
    D October 31, 1972 by Fred D. Krueger.

7. How many people died in the Mississippi Death incident?
    A 8.
    B 3.
    C 6.
    D None.

8. Which cities rioted after the news of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death?
    A Detroit and Washington D.C.
    B Miami and Daytona.
    C Pittsburgh and Des Moines.
    D Houston and Phoenix.

9. What was the purpose of the march from Selma to Montgomery?
    A To protest gays in the military.
    B To demonstrate the need for equal rights for women.
    C To demonstrate how long it would take to walk.
    D To dramatize voter registration inequities.

10. Why was Alabama Governor George G. Wallace in the news on April 6 1966?
    A He defied federal school desegregation orders.
    B He walked from Selma to Montgomery.
    C He was elected President.
    D He ordered school desegregation.