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AP Gov-Lesson 31

AP Gov - Lesson 31: McNair (pgs.149-155)

What was the first major city to elect an African-American mayor? Cleveland, OH
Which court case approved the use of race as one factor in college admissions? Grutter v. Bollinger
Which amendment prohibited poll taxes in federal elections? 24th Amendment
What act secured the right to vote for African-Americans? Voting Rights Act of 1965
In what year were American Indians made citizens of the United States and given the right to vote? 1924
Name three American Indian activists that drew attention to the plight of American Indian tribes. Dennis Means, Vine Deloria, Dee brown
In Korematsu v. United States, what did the Supreme Court uphold as constitutional? the internment of more than 100,000 Americans of Japanese descent in encampments during World War II
Name the two women who organized the meeting at Seneca Falls in New York. Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton
What amendment gurantees women the right to vote? 19th Amendment
Who was the only signer of the Seneca Falls Declaration who lived to vote for the president in 1920? Charlotte Woodward. (She was 19 years old in 1848 when the declaration was signed.)
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