Where Were the Two Largest African Methodist Episcopal Churches?
Where were the two largest African Methodist Episcopal churches?
A) Virginia and New Orleans
B) New York City and Philadelphia
C) Massachusetts and Vermont
D) Rhode Island and New York
Why did separate black congregations begin to be criticized within the black community?
A) Some, including Frederick Douglass, thought that they were just another example of segregation in American society.
B) Some thought that black ministers were being far too intellectual, and not speaking to the common black member.
C) Some thought that the black churches should be more involved with the community, rather than simply holding worship services.
D) Some criticized the churches for not organizing mass marches and protests against segregation..
What was not the result of inadequate public funding for black schools in the North?
A) Teaching suffered, since the pay was so low.
B) Many northerners, even those who favored abolition, thought that black students were poorer intellectually.
C) Some black leaders began to push for integrated schools in the North.
D) White teachers refused to teach there at all.
What were Frederick Douglass and other abolitionist leaders able to do to Massachusetts' public schools?
A) Get city leaders to allow all-black schools to be established.
B) Desegregate the schools, including those in Boston, by 1855.
C) Push for African history to be taught as well as white European history.
D) Get city leaders to pay black teachers the same as white teachers.