Quiz: Will You Pass This Difficult Civil Rights History Test?

How well do you know the civil rights?

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 Feb 21, 2019
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Question: 1/18Choose Your Answer:


What was the first state in the Union to grant women the right to vote?
Rhode Island
Wyoming
Colorado

Question: 2/18Choose Your Answer:


Where did Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. deliver his "I Have a Dream" speech?
The U.S. Capitol
The Lincoln Memorial
The White House

Question: 3/18Choose Your Answer:


Rosa Parks' arrest triggered a citywide boycott against the bus system in...
Montgomery, Alabama
Memphis, Tennessee
Atlanta, Georgia

Question: 4/18Choose Your Answer:


The Americans with Disabilities Act was signed in...
1969
1949
1990

Question: 5/18Choose Your Answer:


True or False: The Family and Medical Leave Act was passed in 1993.
False
True

Question: 6/18Choose Your Answer:


Which Constitutional amendment made slavery illegal?
12th
13th
11th

Question: 7/18Choose Your Answer:


Same-sex couples were offered "civil unions" in 2000 from what U.S. state?
California
Colorado
Vermont

Question: 8/18Choose Your Answer:


People who worked to outlaw slavery were called...
Prohibitionists
Abolitionist
Correctionist

Question: 9/18Choose Your Answer:


Which amendment guarantees equal protection rights to all citizens?
31st
5th
14th

Question: 10/18Choose Your Answer:


The laws that enforced segregation are known as:
New Deal laws
Lincoln Laws
Jim Crow Laws

Question: 11/18Choose Your Answer:


Who was know for refusing to give up their seat on the bus?
Lisa Kelly
Tanya Hardy
Rosa Parks

Question: 12/18Choose Your Answer:


Which president signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy
Gerald Ford

Question: 13/18Choose Your Answer:


Where is the National Civil Rights Museum located?
Tennessee
Texas
Ohio

Question: 14/18Choose Your Answer:


Civil Rights Movement during the Montgomery Bus Boycott was led by...
Malcolm X
None of the above
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Question: 15/18Choose Your Answer:


When people paid a fee to vote, they paid a...
Tarot Tax
Can Tax
Poll Tax

Question: 16/18Choose Your Answer:


During the ___ case, the Supreme Court ruled segregation in public schools as unconstitutional.
Marbury v. Madison
Brown v. Board of Education
Dred Scott v. Sanford

Question: 17/18Choose Your Answer:


Which law states citizens can't be denied the right to vote based on race?
Voting Rights Act of 1965
Voting Rights Act of 1975
Voting Rights Act of 1970

Question: 18/18Choose Your Answer:


True or False: The Little Rock Nine students were the first to desegregate public schools.
False
True
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