Final Day for Black History Month Quiz!

Today is your final chance to win a free drink and book by participating in the Second Annual Black History Month Quiz!

UPDATE:
Defending champion David Russell is staking his claim to defend his title.

Can anyone beat him?  The deadline is midnight tonight.

ORIGINAL POST:

Today is the end of Black History Month, and thus the final day to participate in the Second Annual Black History Month Quiz.

I posted the questions on February 25 and 26.

A book and a drink are on the line!

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2 responses to “Final Day for Black History Month Quiz!

  1. I think I’ve got them all!
    Part I.
    1. The standard (and I expect accurate) answer is Barack Obama, though there is speculation that perhaps he is the sixth! http://www.bigissueground.com/history/blair-blackuspresidents.shtml claims that Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, Harding, and Eisenhower preceeded our current president.
    2. Bill Clinton
    3. Nolan Richardson
    4. Blood Done Sign My Name by Timothy Tyson. Ben Chavis.
    5. Ralph Bunche, Barack Obama, Martin Luther King, and Nelson Mandela.
    6. Harriet Tubman led many people to”The Promised Land.”
    7. Alice Walker, Toni Morrison, and Wole Soyinka.
    8. Afro-reggae.
    9. 27. Robbin Island.
    On April 20, 1964 at the Pretoria Supreme Court.

    Part II.
    1. Shani Davis has won two individual Winter Olympic gold medals.
    2. Passing Strange is about Clarence King’s passing from white to black, reverse the more standard direction.
    3. 4: the Middle Passage from Africa to the US; from the early 19th century until the Civil War from the coast to the interior of the US; the Great Migration from the South to the North in the first half of the 20th century; African immigration in the last half century.
    4. Republican Ed Brooke.
    5. Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Maurice White, Kanye West, and Quincy Jones.
    6. Tuskegee was founded to teach practical skills, promote self-reliance, and thereby earn greater acceptance for African-Americans.
    7. Native Son by Richard Wright and O Canaan! by Waters Turpin.
    8. Brazil in 1888.
    9. Chicago Defender and Christian Recorder.
    10. Frederick Douglass

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