Black Power

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

  • "Vote for the eagle, then go home"
  • "Vote for the elephant, then go home"
  • "Vote for the panther, then go home"
  • "Vote for the tiger, then go home"
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2. On which day of the March Against Fear through Mississippi was James Meredith shot?

  • On the 4th day
  • On the 2nd day
  • On the 3rd day
  • On the 1st day

3. What was the symbol of the Lowndes County Freedom Organisation?

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

4. 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 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.
  • 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.

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

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

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