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The first female attorney on the west coast was? A)Clara Shortridge Foltz B)Clara Shortbridge Roltz C)Clara Shortbridge Foltz D)My teacher, Morgan Reynolds
A) Clara Shortridge Foltz
To intentionally deprive one’s self of food is to… A)Fat B)Fasten C)Fast D)Quick
What does “Bail” mean A)To buy one’s way out of prison before trial B)An amount of hay C)To put something on a hook in order to catch fish D)Ice falling from the sky
D) To buy one’s way out of prison before trial
In 1955 A)Gandhi was assassinated by a political extremist B)Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white person C)The Woman Lawyer’s Bill was passed D)Morgan Reynolds was born
B) Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat to a white person
Before WWII, this country was in control of India A)India B)France C)Britain D)Germany
What does an amendment do? A)Creates a new system of government B)Lets women wear long pants C)Changes a system without replacing it D)Abolishes a law
C) Changes a system without replacing it
Segregation is … A)The document on which all American law is based B)Putting African Americans in prison C)The separation of two groups D)Racism
A) The separation of two groups
Of the three people we discussed, who was a lawyer? A)Rosa Parks B)Clara Shortridge Foltz C)Mohandas Gandhi D)Clara Shortridge Foltz and Gandhi
D) Clara Foltz and Gandhi
Gandhi was assassinated by… A)A political extremist B)The British C)Starvation D)A single bullet
A) A political extremist
Gandhi was assassinated in… A)1942 B)1948 C)1946 D)1955
If an attorney is against the accused person, they are a/an… A)prosecutor B)lawyer C)defendant D)alibi
If something goes against the Constitution it’s considered A)unconstitutional B)Inconstitutional C)Underconstitutional D)Very constitutional
What Rosa Parks the “mother” of? A)The Civil Movement B)The Civil Disobedience Movement C)Civil Rights D)The Civil Rights Movement
D) The Civil Rights Movement
Which of the following states are on the west coast A)Connecticut B)Colorado C)Oregon D)All of them E)None of them
Refusing to obey the laws but protesting non-violently is known as A)Cyril Dissonance B)Civil Dispute C)Civil Dissonance D)Civil Disobedience
D) Civil Disobedience
Muslims fast during A)Ramadon B)Ramadan C)Lent D)Periods of oppression by the British
To be put into jail is to be… A)Incarcerated B)Exonerated C)Excommunicated D)Incommunicado
When you protest by not buying something you… A)Discriminate B)Accuse C)Fast D)Boycott
Gandhi was a spiritual leader during the… A)Indian Civil Rights Movement B)Indian Independence Movement C)Independence Movement for Indians D)Concert at Woodstock
B) Indian Independence Movement
Discrimination & Civil Rights. Rosa Parks On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white person.
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The 1950s Civil Rights Movement Vocabulary list. Civil Rights Definition: The rights that every person should have regardless of his or her sex, race,
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