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Chapter 43 QUIZ

For the section below, you will define what de facto segregation and de jure
segregation was, where in the U.S. would you see instances of this type of segregation, as
well as example sentences relating to the topic. You will use each option only once, you will
use all of them, and each option belongs to only one side – you will not be able to use one of
the options for both de facto and de jure.

Example: Not selling a Racial Zoning would be


This type of segregation home to an African an example of this type of
can be changed faster American segregation
Mostly found in the Segregation based on Mostly found in the
Northern states of the U.S. practice or norm Southern states of the U.S.
Restrictive Covenant This type of segregation Example: Using the
would be an example of takes longer to change Separate but Equal
this type of segregation because it requires people doctrine to separate Public
to change their minds Accommodations

Segregation based on law


de facto segregation de jure segregation
The excerpt below is from an agreement made among homeowners in the Washington Park
neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, in 1927.

“This Agreement entered into this 30th day of September, 1927, by and between the
undersigned owners of land... That no part of said premises shall be sold, given,
conveyed or leased to any negro or negroes, and no permission or license to use or
occupy any part thereof shall be given to any negro except house servants or janitors
or chauffeurs employed thereon.”

This agreement is an example of


A. Affirmative action.
B. A class-action lawsuit.
C. Reverse discrimination.
D. A restrictive covenant.

What achievement did Jackie Robinson make that helped blur the color line in the
1940s?
A. He was the first black major league baseball player, and was fully accepted by
his teammates and fans while leading the team to many victories.
B. He was the first black major league baseball player, but faced discrimination
and resentment from some teammates and fans while leading the team to
many victories.
C. He was the first black U.S. politician, but faced discrimination from fellow
politicians in Congress.
D. He was the first black U.S. politician, and was a popular mayor in a small
town in Maine.

In 1948, President Harry Truman issued Executive Order 9981. What did this order
call for?
A. Desegregation of the armed forces
B. The end of the white primary
C. Preferential treatment in hiring
D. The outlawing of racial zoning

In the section below fill in the missing key term using the word bank and explain what that
key term was.

Gerrymandering Disenfranchise White Primary

Southern whites found ways to _________________________________________, or deny voting rights


to African Americans.

One of the tactics used to deny voting rights to African Americans was _______________________.
This means…

The second tactic used to deny voting rights to African Americans was _______________________.
This means…