1. On what continent are these countries located? Egypt, Libya, Madagascar, Morocco, Seychelles.
2. Is Africa a country or a continent?
3. After the Civil War, the South entered a period lasting from 1865-1877 called Reconstruction. What was Reconstruction supposed to be? What was Reconstruction in reality?
4. What was the 13th amendment supposed to do? What did it do in reality?
5. What was the Niagara Movement?
6. What was the Harlem Renaissance?
7. What was the “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male?”
8. What was the Tulsa Massacre?
9. What Black jazz musician born in 1907 and associated with the Cotton Club in Harlem had college-educated parents?
10. What happened during the Children’s March of 1963?
11. What is the Southern Christian Leadership Conference? (Hint: it is NOT a white-supremacist group)
12. In what US city, known for its live music, delicious foods, and unique history did Ruby Bridges go to school?
13. Where did dreadlocks originate? (Hint: Not where you think)
14. What were the Tignon Laws? Why did they come about?
15. What is the Divine Nine?
16. What self-proclaimed modern-day Black ‘Conservative’ actually ran an anti-Trump website in 2015?
17. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, which US President ran the most drone strikes—563 drone strikes against Pakistan, Somalia and Yemen—compared to 57 drone strikes by his predecessor?
18. What is “colorism?”
19. What author wrote, among many other works, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, and The Corsican Brothers, and is quoted to have said to a man who insulted his race, “My father was a mulatto, my grandfather was a Negro, and my great-grandfather a monkey. You see, Sir, my family starts where yours ends?”
20. Why did author James Baldwin choose to live in France?