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African American Studies Study Guide

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African American Studies Study Guide AAS271

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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Alexus Hill on Monday March 28, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to AAS271 at Clayton State University taught by in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Introduction to African American Studies in African American Studies at Clayton State University.

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Date Created: 03/28/16
Study Guide  A FRICAN  A MERICAN  STUDIES Quiz Format  1. King Tut was king of what? A. Africa B. Egypt C. Europe D. Canada 2. Of what gender were the first remains of human life on found in 1970? A. Male B. Female C. Unknown 3. What western civilization of Africa was known for gold and salt? A. Mali B. Songhai C. Ethiopia D. Ghana 4. What was the “title” given for African American women who were  supposedly natural caregivers to white children and abuse to black children? A. Jezebel B. Welfare Queen C. Mammy D. Black Lady 5. Which is not a place with a slave trade center? A. Baltimore B. Washington C. Richmond D. California 6. What were the laws called that restricted black lives?______ _______ 7. ________ _________ is the destruction of cultural identity and their  capacity to produce. 8. __________ _________ Law –allowed slave owners to purse and reclaim  alleged slaves or fugitives without due process. 9. What amendment Abolished slavery?_______ 10.What amendment prohibits the government to prevent citizens to vote? _______ 11.Booker T Washington and W.E.B Dubois did not different at all and agreed  greatly on all subjects concerning African Americans. A. True  B. False 12. What African American women’s words are on the U.S. Passport A. Anna J Cooper B. Michelle Obama C. Ida B. Wels D. Beyoncé 13. Who was the founder of the NAACP?_________ (hint: the person refused  to give up seat on train) 14.General Robert Lee surrender to Ulysses Grant during the civil war. A. True B. False 15. The KKK is a white supremacist group formed after the reconstruction era  and is still alive and active today. A. True B. False Answer Key 1. B 2. B 3. D 4. C 5. D 6. Slave Codes 7. Cultural Genocide  8. Fugitive Slave th 9. 13  amendment 10. 15  amendment 11. False 12. A 13. Ida B. Wells 14. False 15True


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