Name: _____________________________________ Section: _______ Date: _____________________ The Shadow of Hate: A History of Intolerance in America Directions: Answer the questions below as you watch the video. The questions go in order, but you have pay close attention to get all the answers. 1. In the opening shot of the video, American Klansmen are marching down Washington, D.C.’s Pennsylvania Avenue carrying American flags to show their hatred of _________________ , __________________ , and _________________. 2. Refugees from Europe came to the New World to escape ______________________________________________________ , and they were willing to endure a number of hardships to get here. 3. By 1656 _________________________ were persecuted, and because of their beliefs, the _________________________ of Virginia fared no better. 4. Forced from their lands, hundred of tribes of Native Americans like the Lakota Sioux had seen their culture and society destroyed by the _________________________. 5. The American cavalry that escorted the tribe to their new home on the Pine Ridge Reservation led them to a camp near _____________________________________ where they were systematically slaughtered. 6. What group of immigrant laborers laid track through the granite mountains of California, Nevada, and Utah? ________________________________________________________________ 7. In 1882, Congress passed an immigration act stating what about these immigrants? ___________________________________________________________________ 8. Hundreds of thousands of Japanese-Americans were forced to sell their belongings, their businesses, and were taken to internment camps in the California deserts. When did this occur? __________________________________________________ 9. Felix Longoria, a Mexican-American from Texas, who fought and died for his country in the Philippines during World War II, was denied a _________________________. 10. Eventually, his body was moved 1,500 miles to _____________________________ to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery. 11. By 1950, over _______________ African-Americans had been lynched. 12. On a Saturday afternoon, Mary Phagan was mutilated and murdered at the pencilmaking company she worked at in Atlanta. ________________________________ was accused of her murder. He was a ________________________ from Brooklyn. The jury found him __________________. 13. How did the man put on trial for Mary Phagan’s murder die? ___________________________________________________________________ 14. Henry Ford, a devout pacifist (a hater of violence) and founder of the Ford Motor Company industrial empire believed _______________ were the causes of all wars. 15. Ford owned a private newspaper called ___________________________________. 16. Ford blamed the Jews for everything that bothered him, including _______________ and _______________, and he thought it was his duty to expose them. 17. Ford’s privately owned newspaper had a circulation of _______________________. 18. David Duke, a politician from Louisiana, was Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan before he ran for office. He also celebrated ________________________ birthday. 19. The Reverend Louis Farrakhan blamed ____________ for ____________ problems. 20. If you’re going to be tolerant of people, you have to _____________________ them; find out the ___________________.