Monday, January 18, 2016

Famous People in America's Civil Rights Movement Trivia Game

Many people became involved in America's civil rights movement; some became famous for their efforts. This trivia game features ten people who became famous in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States.

If you are interested in learning more about people instrumental in civil rights in America, Famous People in Civil Rights offers biography of several of these people who became dedicated to achieving social equality for themselves and those around them.

Directions

  1. Click on the first slide to enlarge.
  2. Click on the slide or thumbnail at the bottom to advance to the next slide.

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Famous People in America's Civil Rights Movement

Trivia Game on Civil Rights by Katrena

Refused to give up seat on bus

Rosa Parks

President who signed Emancipation Proclamation

Abraham Lincoln

Most famous conductor on Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman

Delivered speech called "Ain't I a Woman?"

Sojourner Truth

Delivered "I Have a Dream" speech

Martin Luther King Jr.

Shipped himself to freedom in a wooden box

Henry "Box" Brown

1st African-American professional basketball player

Harry Lew

Wrote articles about injustice of lynching and used the alias "Iola."

Ida B. Wells

Her music was known at the "Soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement"

Odetta Holmes

Born into slavery, became military chaplain and had California township named after him

Allen Allensworth

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