Pigtails and Protests Quiz
1. When does the play take place?
2. Which of the following is an example of discrimination?
a. African Americans sing together in churches
b. MLK leads non-violent protests
c. African American aren't allowed to eat in the same restaurants as whites
d. People around the world become angry at the violence they see on TV
3. In Scene 1, what do the African Americans protesters want?
a. to go to the same schools as white children
b. to register to vote
c. to make Sheriff Clark resign
d. to go inside the courthouse
4. What or who gives Sheyann strength when she is afraid of Sheriff Clark?
a. her mother
5. Sheyann and Rachel's decision to join the march on March 7 shows that they are _________>
a. committed to an important cause
b. interested only in meeting Dr. King
c. unaware of the risks they are taking
d. all of the above
6. In the end, the fight for African Americans to be able to register to vote was ___________.
7. Why did the author most likely write this play?
a. to show what Sheyann's life was like
b. to compare the past with today
c. to tell about important historical events
d. to convince readers to sing about their problems
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