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2. What was the Lowndes County Freedom Organisation's slogan?

  • "Vote for the elephant, then go home"
  • "Vote for the panther, then go home"
  • "Vote for the eagle, then go home"
  • "Vote for the tiger, then go home"

3. In ... Stokely Carmichael and other SNCC workers in Lowndes County, Alabama, set up a political party, the ... which focused on black rights.

  • In 1965 Stokely Carmichael and other SNCC workers in Lowndes County, Alabama, set up a political party, the Lowndes County Freedom Organisation which focused on black rights.
  • In 1967 Stokely Carmichael and other SNCC workers in Lowndes County, Alabama, set up a political party, the Lowndes Panther Party which focused on black rights.
  • In 1964 Stokely Carmichael and other SNCC workers in Lowndes County, Alabama, set up a political party, the Lowndes County Freedom Party which focused on black rights.
  • In 1966 Stokely Carmichael and other SNCC workers in Lowndes County, Alabama, set up a political party, the Black Panther Party which focused on black rights.

4. What was Black Power?

  • The rejection of the idea of integration and, in some cases, a demand for a separate black society.
  • Peaceful, non-violent protest to make the white politicians in power appear to be the enemies so black people may be given powr instea.
  • The demand for more black people to be put in powerful government positions.

5. Black Power reached a peak when some US athletes demonstrated at the Olympic Games in ... in 1968. 2 medallists in the ...m raised their right arms in the Black Power salute when the anthem was playing after the medals had been awarded.

  • Black Power reached a peak when some US athletes demonstrated at the Olympic Games in Mexico in 1968. 2 medallists in the 400m raised their right arms in the Black Power salute when the anthem was playing after the medals had been awarded.
  • Black Power reached a peak when some US athletes demonstrated at the Olympic Games in America in 1968. 2 medallists in the 1500m raised their right arms in the Black Power salute when the anthem was playing after the medals had been awarded.
  • Black Power reached a peak when some US athletes demonstrated at the Olympic Games in Brazil in 1968. 2 medallists in the 200m raised their right arms in the Black Power salute when the anthem was playing after the medals had been awarded.
  • Black Power reached a peak when some US athletes demonstrated at the Olympic Games in China in 1968. 2 medallists in the 100m raised their right arms in the Black Power salute when the anthem was playing after the medals had been awarded.

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