Civil Rights Study Guide    {   My test will be on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Q: How did Martin LutherKing Jr. want people to act  during their protests?
A: He wanted them to protest peacefully.
Q: What are two locations   important to Jackie     Robinson’s life?
A:(1) Jackie Robinson was born inCairo, GA (Georgia).(2) Jackie Robinson moved toCA (California) when he wasone year old.(...
Q: How did JackieRobinson change things     for athletes?
A: He broke the color barrier in major league   baseball which then     allowed AfricanAmericans to play on theformerly al...
Q: Define segregation.
A: A system of keepingpeople of different races       separate.
Q: Give an example ofgood sportsmanship.
A: Jackie Robinson did not argue with players who did not want him to play     with the Dodgers.
Q: Define patience.
A: Having calmness and     self-control.
Q: What is one wayMartin Luther King, Jr.showed compassion?
A: Martin Luther King, Jr. cared about people and  wanted to help them.
Q: What is one wayMartin Luther King, Jr.   showed honor?
A: Martin Luther King, Jr. took a stand (fought for   what he believed in)   because he believed  strongly in justice and ...
Q: Give an example of      patience.
A: Jackie Robinson did not    respond to insults.
Q: How did Martin Luther   King Jr. help fight for          liberty?
A: Martin Luther King, Jr.spoke out for justice and    demanded equaltreatment for all people.
Q: What is one way JackieRobinson showed he was     dependable?
A: Branch Rickey knew he  could count on Jackie Robinson when he hired   him to be a Brooklyn         Dodger.
Q: What is the differencebetween integration and     segregation?
A: Segregation is keepingpeople of different races   apart. Integration is including people of all races. Segregation andi...
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  1. 1. Civil Rights Study Guide { My test will be on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
  2. 2. Q: How did Martin LutherKing Jr. want people to act during their protests?
  3. 3. A: He wanted them to protest peacefully.
  4. 4. Q: What are two locations important to Jackie Robinson’s life?
  5. 5. A:(1) Jackie Robinson was born inCairo, GA (Georgia).(2) Jackie Robinson moved toCA (California) when he wasone year old.(3) Jackie Robinson played forthe Kansas City Monarchs(4) Jackie Robinson played forthe Brooklyn Dodgers
  6. 6. Q: How did JackieRobinson change things for athletes?
  7. 7. A: He broke the color barrier in major league baseball which then allowed AfricanAmericans to play on theformerly all white teams.
  8. 8. Q: Define segregation.
  9. 9. A: A system of keepingpeople of different races separate.
  10. 10. Q: Give an example ofgood sportsmanship.
  11. 11. A: Jackie Robinson did not argue with players who did not want him to play with the Dodgers.
  12. 12. Q: Define patience.
  13. 13. A: Having calmness and self-control.
  14. 14. Q: What is one wayMartin Luther King, Jr.showed compassion?
  15. 15. A: Martin Luther King, Jr. cared about people and wanted to help them.
  16. 16. Q: What is one wayMartin Luther King, Jr. showed honor?
  17. 17. A: Martin Luther King, Jr. took a stand (fought for what he believed in) because he believed strongly in justice and equality.
  18. 18. Q: Give an example of patience.
  19. 19. A: Jackie Robinson did not respond to insults.
  20. 20. Q: How did Martin Luther King Jr. help fight for liberty?
  21. 21. A: Martin Luther King, Jr.spoke out for justice and demanded equaltreatment for all people.
  22. 22. Q: What is one way JackieRobinson showed he was dependable?
  23. 23. A: Branch Rickey knew he could count on Jackie Robinson when he hired him to be a Brooklyn Dodger.
  24. 24. Q: What is the differencebetween integration and segregation?
  25. 25. A: Segregation is keepingpeople of different races apart. Integration is including people of all races. Segregation andintegration are opposites or antonyms.

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