How do you celebrate Black History Month? May I make a suggestion? Pick up a copy of my latest book and share it with your network.
About my book:
Black History Quiz is a word find puzzle book designed to pique interest in African-American, African and Caribbean history and culture. Throughout the book, readers are presented with clues to the identity of influential people and historic events. The answers to the quizzes are words and phrases which are hidden inside a word find puzzle. The topics are diverse and include the contributions of Africans throughout the diaspora in the fields of science, technology, medicine, religion, politics, civil rights, the slave trade, ancient kingdoms, sports and entertainment. Over 250 facts are shared in this volume of word find puzzles that are sure to educate and inspire people of all ages and all over the world. After all, black history is world history.
# Who owned the largest black-owned comic book company in the USA?
# Who was the ﬁrst African American nominated to be a U.S. presidential candidate?
# Who was the ﬁrst black woman agent with the FBI?
# Who was the African American who invented the guitar?
# Who was the African American woman who invented lasik surgery?
# Where in Africa was the world’s first university?
# Who defeated British troops armed with riﬂes, mountain guns, and an early type of rocket using only spears and shields?
# What was the name of Moses’ Ethiopian wife?
# Who did President Bill Clinton nickname “the Bill Gates of Africa?”
# Who was “the father of black pride?”# Who is the father of Soca Music?
# A certain African American was the wealthiest black slave owner in Louisiana. Who was he?
# Who was the white abolitionist who advocated for the violent overthrow of slavery in the United States?
# Which female entrepreneur had a sales force of 20,000 people working for her in 1919?
# Who was the first Jamaican to win Olympic Gold?
This puzzle book helps to fill a void left by mainstream education and is intended to be an entertaining way to increase black history knowledge. It is something all ages can enjoy and would make a great gift for students, a valuable resource for homeschoolers and adults looking to reconnect or discover the cultural richness of Africans throughout the diaspora.
It takes more than a month to learn our history.