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1. 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 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.
  • 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.
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2. What was the symbol of the Lowndes County Freedom Organisation?

  • An African elephant
  • A black eagle
  • A black panther
  • A tiger

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

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

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

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

5. 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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