WHAT WAS MALCOLM X’S REAL NAME?
WHAT ARE THE FIVE PERCENTERS?
WHAT IS THE TALENTED TENTH AND WHICH AFRICAN AMERICAN SCHOLAR AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST MADE THE TERM POPULAR?
WHO GAVE THE ATLANTA COMPROMISE SPEECH?
WHO WAS THE LEADER OF THE SLAVE REVOLUTION THAT BROUGHT INDEPENDENCE TO HAITI?
WHICH RAP GROUP HAS A BOOK PROVIDING INFORMATION ON THE BASIC PRINCIPLES, PHILOSOPHY, AND SPIRITUALITY OF THE GROUP?
WHICH ACTIVIST/SCHOLAR CREATED HIS OWN AFRICAN BASED HOLIDAY FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS ?
THIS WRITER WAS THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN TO WIN A PULITZER PRIZE FOR POETRY?
WHICH LAW LEGALLY AND CONSTITIONALLY GAVE BLACKS THE RIGHT TO VOTE?
WHAT WAS THE NAME OF THE AFRICAN NATION REPATRIATED BY AMERICAN SLAVES?
LEROI JONES CHANGED HIS NAME TO THIS, HIS MORE FAMILIAR NOM DE PLUME?
WHICH LAW SCHOOL DID BARACK OBAMA ATTEND?
THIS MAN HAS BEEN CALLED THE FATHER OF NEGRO HISTORY, AS WELL AS BEING THE FOUNDER OF THE THEN “NEGRO HISTORY WEEK”.
THIS GREAT GRANDSON OF SLAVES, HAS BEEN CALLED THE FOUNDER OF MODERN RUSSIAN POETRY?
Answers and Book titles for further research:
The autobiography of Malcolm X / with the assistance of Alex Haley
Malcolm : the life of a man who changed Black America
The term Five Percent comes from NOI(Nation of Islam) doctrine that sees the world population divided into three groups: 85% of the people are blind to the knowledge of themselves and God, while 10% of the people know the truth but teach a lie for their personal gain; seen as part of this 10% are Christian preachers that teach that God is an incorporeal being (hence the term "mystery God"). The remaining 5% are the poor righteous teachers—those who do not subscribe to the teachings of the 10% as they know and teach that God is the Blackman [sic] of Asia. "Black" in Five-Percent doctrine includes all non-caucasians and "Asia" refers to the whole planet Earth, or Pangea
The Five Percenters : Islam, hip hop and the gods of New York
Describes the likelihood of one in ten black men becoming leaders of their race in the world, through methods such as continuing their education, writing books, or becoming directly involved in social change. He believed they needed a classical liberal education to reach their true destiny as what would in the 20th century be called public intellectuals.
Transcending the talented tenth: Black leaders and American intellectuals
The Negro problem / contributions by Booker T. Washington
Booker T Washington
Say it plain: a century of great African American speeches
Booker T. Washington and his critics: Black leadership in crisis
The Black Jacobins
Toussaint Louverture : a biography
The Wu-Tang manual
The nine rings of Wu-tang
Maulana Karenga (Ron Everett)
The African American holiday of Kwanzaa : a celebration of family, community & culture
Fighting for US : Maulana Karenga, the US organization, and black cultural nationalism
Report from part one.
The two reconstructions : the struggle for Black enfranchisement
The Voting rights act : securing the ballot
The price of liberty : African Americans and the making of Liberia
Liberia : portrait of a failed state
The autobiography of LeRoi Jones
The audacity of hope : thoughts on reclaiming the American dream
Dreams from my father : a story of race and inheritance
Carter G Woodson
The African background outlined; or, Handbook for the study of the Negro
The mis-education of the Negro
The collected stories
Eugene Onegin and other poems