Civil Rights Movement -Birmingham Campaign
1. In what state did the Birmingham Campaign take place?
2. What were the laws called that enforced segregation?
a. Jim Crow laws
b. Civil Laws
c. Constitutional Laws
d. Separation Laws
e. Southern Laws
3. What year did the Birmingham Campaign take place?
4. True or False: The Birmingham Campaign was an unplanned and violent protest.
5. Who wrote the Letter from Birmingham Jail?
a. Bull Connor
b. Frederick Douglass
c. W.E.B. Du Bois
d. Bill Clinton
e. Martin Luther King, Jr.
6. What was the code name for the protests?
a. Code name X
b. NV Protest
c. Sitting Bull
d. Project C
7. When did the protests finally get national attention?
a. When people were arrested
b. When kids began to protest
c. At the beginning
d. When the president got involved
8. What politician was the main opponent to the protestors?
a. John F. Kennedy
b. Martin Luther King, Jr.
c. Bull Connor
d. Booker T. Washington
e. Bill Clinton
9. How did the people protest?
a. They boycotted stores
b. They marched in the streets
e. All of the above
10. True or False: The city of Birmingham agreed to end segregation as a result of the protests.
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