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Civil Rights Movement: "Black Power" Era

Civil Rights Movement: "Black Power" Era

Reading Quizzes

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Questions

1. Approximately how many people assembled at the national capital for the March on Washington?
2. What famous speech was given at the March on Washington?
3. What did Malcolm X call the March on Washington?
4. In what city did a bomb go off in a church, killing four young girls?

Answers

1. 250,000
2. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech
3. The Farce on Washington
4. Birmingham, Alabama