How many home runs did Hank Aaron hit in his majors career?
Who is this Civil Rights leader?
When was the first black person elected to Congress?
Who was the first African American MLB player?
What inimitable jazz musician do you see pictured?
What year did LeRoy "Satchel" Paige join the Cleveland Indians?
What was Josephine Baker known for?
All of the above
Having a leopard on a leash
Working with Resistance against the Nazis
Moving to France to dance
What was the title of Ralph Ellison's 1952 National Book Award winner?
Shadow and Act
Going to The Territory
What was Mae C. Jemison a first of in 1992?
First to win 3 Grammys in same year.
First to see memoir made into movie.
First to win both winter and summer Olympic gold.
First black woman astronaut in outer space
What history did Jesse Owens make at the 1936 Olympics?
Broke world record in long jump
All of the above
Set three world records
Won 100m and 200m
Which two universities helped establish African American women in track and field?
Duke and Chapel Hill
Smith and Wellesley
Tuskegee Institute and Tennessee State
Mississippi and Emory
What is George Washington Carver known for?
Finding viable crop alternatives in the South
A hilarious imitation of the president he named after.
What was Booker T. Washington known for?
What Pulitzer Prize-winning book did Alex Haley write?
Born a Crime
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
What was Malcolm X's last name at birth?
What was the name of the aggressively militant Black activism group in the 1960s?
Who founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)?
Martin Luther King Jr.
Who gave the famous "Ain't I A Woman" speech at a women's right convention in 1851?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
What university saw federal National Guard troops come to enforce desegregation in 1963?
In what year was Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decided?
What is Langston Hughes best known for?
Which former slave became a great American orator and leader?
Sir Walter Scott
What is Harriet Tubman remembered for?
First Black, Female US Senator
Underground Railroad conductor
Who wrote the racial domestic tragedy A Raisin in the Sun?
Thurgood Marshall was the first African American justice on the Supreme Court. Which President appointed him?
What was the first college founded for African-American students?
Who was the first Black American to win Olympic gold?
John Baxter Taylor Jr.
Where was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. assassinated?
How old was Emmett Louis Till when lynched in 1955?
Rosa Parks first stood up for black bus riders in which city?
A Lot to Learn
While you are not very familiar with the history of the civil rights movement in the United States. However, this topic is extremely important, because thanks to this movement, we live in a much more tolerant world. Therefore, it is worth knowing the main events and names. After our test, you know African-American history a little better. But keep learning it yourself! Send this quiz to your friends, let's see if they can do it better!
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