History Quiz / USA Civil Rights Edexcel AS Level : 1940s and 50s

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QUIZ: Can you name the USA Civil Rights facts?

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How many lynchings were there in 1933?
When was 'To Secure These rights' commissioned?
When did eisenhower become president?
What were the NAACP's main methods?
When was morgan v Virginia?interstate bus segregation outlawed
What was set up to enforce roosevelt's executive order?
When was Brown V Board of Education of Topeka?segregation in schools outlawed
Which executive order outlawed discrimination in defence and federal employment?passed by Roosevelt
What was the literacy clause?
When was Plessy v Ferguson?
Who was arrested at the start of the MBB?for refusing to give up her seat to a white person on a bus
When was the NAACP founded?National Association for the advancement of colored people
What was the grandfather clause?
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When was CORE founded?Congress of Racial Equality
Who was the chief justice of the supreme court in 1954?
Why was there de facto segregation in the North?
when did truman become president?after roosevelt's death
When was the Montgomery Bus boycott launched?
When was SNCC formed?Student Non violent coordinating committee
What was the ruling of Brown II?desegregation of schools should happen...
What was the ruling of Plessy v Ferguson?
What was the court case that the NAACP mounted alongside the MBB?
Who was the president of the Montgomery Improvement Association?
When was the SCLC founded?Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Who was the main lawyer of the NAACP?

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