Civil Rights Movement - Apartheid
1. In what country was apartheid a part of the law?
a. Great Britain
d. South Africa
2. What happened to people who protested apartheid?
a. They were given awards
b. They were put in jail
c. They were allowed to protest
d. All of the above
e. None of the above
3. When did apartheid begin?
4. What were the lands called where non-whites were forced to live?
a. Concentration camps
5. True or False: All races were treated equal under the rule of apartheid.
6. What was the name of the main group that fought against apartheid?
a. African National Congress
c. Nation of Islam
d. Africans Against Apartheid
7. What future president of South Africa spent 27 years in prison for protesting apartheid?
a. Shaka Zulu
b. Martin Luther King, Jr.
c. Horatio Nelson
d. Nelson Mandela
e. Elon Musk
8. What event is remembered on Youth Day?
a. Bishop Tutu's Death
b. Start of apartheid
c. Soweto Uprising
d. Formation of the ANC
e. End of the Boer Wars
9. True or False: Many people were forced out of their homes and into regulated areas.
10. What year did apartheid come to an end?
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