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1. At the March Against Fear through Mississippi, who made a militant speech which urged people to demand 'Black Power'?

  • Stokely Carmichael
  • James Meredith
  • Martin Luther King
  • James Bevel
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2. 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 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 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 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.

3. After Malcolm X's assassination leadership of the Black Power Movement passed to who?

  • Martin Luther King
  • Stokely Carmichael
  • James Bevel
  • Alfred King

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. When did James Meredith lead a 'march against fear' through Mississippi?

  • June 1966
  • June 1968
  • June 1965
  • June 1967

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