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Black History Bowl Questions 136-144

Name the local and state laws that enforced segregation in public schools, public places and facilities. Jim Crow Laws
What landmark act outlawed voting practices that were discriminatory against Black Voters? Voting Rights Acts of 1965
What U.S. constitutional amendment in 1865 abolished slavery in the United States? 13th Amendment
What do many historians call the period immediately following the Civil War? a. Harlem Renaissance b. Middle Passage c. Reconstruction Era Reconstruction Era
What U.S. constitutional amendment in 1964 abolished the poll tax that was levied to deter Black voters from voting? 24th Amendment
What 1870 U.S. constitutional amendment stated that citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race or color? 15th Amendment
What amendment to the Constitution, when ratified in 1868, gave citizenship to anyone born in the U.S. and equal protection under the law, which included former slaves? 14th Amendment
Noted African American intellectual and civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois was a founding member of which organization in 1909? NAACP
What in 1955-56 propelled Martin Luther King, Jr. to national prominence as a leader of the Civil Rights Movement? Montgomery, Alabama bus boycott
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