To keep abreast with Black History, there is no better way than letting our children play the ultimate Black History trivia questions & answers quiz. Black history includes the history of African-Americans in United States of America, United Kingdom, Netherland and Canada. A Black History month is annually celebrated to honor the accomplishments of important African people and the significant events that have taken place over a period of time. With growing realization of racism, black history has now been included in the school and colleges curricula. Black history dates back to the 17th century when black slaves were traded to work in various parts of the world especially United States.
African Americans make up a significant percentage of the population in US and other countries. The fight to freedom and equal rights has been long and tough for the African diaspora and often neglected throughout the history. A month dedicated to African diaspora commemorate and recognize the efforts of significant figures of black community that have served their nation in different fields. Black history month creates awareness and defines black history as our own history, hence it’s necessary to be teach our children that no single race is superior to other.
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Interesting Black History Trivia Facts
The earliest recorded protest against slavery was by the Quakers in 1688.
The first licensed African American Female pilot was named Bessie Coleman.
February is dedicated as the Black History Month.
Interracial marriage was banned in the United States in 1664
This law was reversed in 1967
The first African American to receive a Ph. D. from Harvard was W.E.B. Du Bois
Black History Month first began as ‘Negro History Week’
Phillis Wheatley was the first published African American female author.
Phillis Wheatley was a servant who published her first poem at the young age of 12 in the mid-1700s
The first self-made female millionaire was Madam C.J. Walker
Hattie McDaniel was not allowed to attend the national premier of Gone with the Wind, because she was black
Black History Trivia Questions & Answers
Q: In which year were the first African slaves brought to Virginia?
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