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Question 1: ________ (book)
SociologyInternational Standard Book NumberThe Minds of Marginalized Black MenDewey Decimal Classification

Question 2: [91][92] This extended beyond the Soviet Union to many countries of the ________.
Eastern BlocBerlin WallIron CurtainJoseph Stalin

Question 3: In his 1963 "________" speech,[41] Martin Luther King, Jr. uses the terms Negro 15 times and black 4 times.
Selma to Montgomery marchesI Have a DreamCoretta Scott KingMarch on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

Question 4: Toni Morrison once described ________ as the first black president,[59] because of his warm relations with African Americans, his poor upbringing and also because he is a jazz musician.
Bill ClintonAl GoreHoward DeanEd Rendell

Question 5: The ________ bureaucracy devised complex (and often arbitrary) criteria in the Population Registration Act to determine who belonged in which group.
South Africa under apartheidRacismJim Crow lawsRacial segregation

Question 6: One source cited in support of their argument is ________, who wrote around 450 B.C.
Ancient GreeceHerodotusAlexander the GreatGreco-Persian Wars

Question 7: [101][106] Anthropological and archaeological evidence shows that an ________ element was evident in ancient Egypt,[107] which was predominant in Abydos in the First dynasty of Egypt.
Africoid peoplesBlack peopleAryan raceCaucasian race

Question 8: Individuals would be ________, Igbo, Bakongo or Wolof.
AshantiStandard cross-cultural sampleWodaabeJavanese people

Question 9: The term black people usually refers to a racial group of ________ with skin colors that range from light brown to nearly black.
HumanHomoMindHuman evolution

Question 10: However, the ________ notes that these classifications are socio-political constructs and should not be interpreted as scientific or anthropological.
New EnglandSouthern United StatesUnited States Census BureauMidwestern United States
















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