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  1. Booker who started the Tuskegee Institute
  2. She sat on the bus and didn't move
  3. Martin Luther ___, Jr.
  4. Someone who is owned by another person
  5. Laws that kept black people and white people separated
  6. Word used to describe the separation of people by race
  7. First African-American Supreme Court Justice
  8. The right to vote or Women's ____
  9. First African-American President of the United States
  10. Little Rock ___
  11. A person against slavery
  12. Constitutional amendment that gave women the right to vote
  13. Colin who was the first African-American US Secretary of State


  1. State where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born
  2. President Lyndon ____ signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  3. I have a ___
  4. City in Alabama where the buses were boycotted
  5. Mandela who fought for civil rights in South Africa
  6. Ida B. ___ led a campaign against lynching
  7. Elizabeth Cady ____
  8. Slavery was made illegal by the thirteenth
  9. Underground ____
  10. Indian civil rights leader who believed in non-violent protests
  11. President who signed the Emancipation Proclamation
  12. Jackie Robinson was the first African-American to play this professional sport

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