African-American Movements & Politics of the 1920s


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The term Red Summer is used to define when

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1. Who led the Back to Africa Movement?

2. What term defined the African Americans of the 20s who celebrated their culture and formed self-help organizations founded on racial pride?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

On this quiz/worksheet, prepare to answer questions on topics like the term Red Summer, the Back to Africa Movement, African American arts, and the Harlem Renaissance.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

As an elaboration, just know that you'll be tested on:

  • Red Summer's definition
  • The Back to Africa Movement
  • 1920s African Americans who started groups based around racial pride
  • A movement responsible for African American art, ideals, and literature
  • Famous writers of the Harlem Renaissance

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about key players in the African American community in the 1920's
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the Harlem Renaissance
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding culture changes in the 1920s

Additional Learning

If you aim to learn even more about this material, go ahead and look at our associated lesson, African-American Movements & Politics of the 1920's. With this video lesson, you can strengthen your knowledge of:

  • Post World War I
  • Impacts of the Red Summer
  • Changes in ideals
  • The Harlem Renaissance