Black History Month "Who Am I?"
Black History Month, once called "Negro History Week" began as a way of remembering important people and events in the history of the "African diaspora". Many of these remarkable stories are familiar, but for our Who Am I quiz, we have included some lesser-known facts about some important and influential people.

Can you guess..."Who Am I?"
I am the most famous female conductor of the Underground Railroad. Who am I? *
I was the first African-American woman elected to the US Congress. Who am I? *
I led the silent March of 1917. Who am I? *
I founded Negro History Week in 1926. Who am I? *
This 1954 Supreme Court decision led to the desegregation of American schools. Who am I? *
I am the constitutional amendment that abolished slavery in the United States. Who am I? *
I was born into slavery but later became an Abolitionist, speaker, author, and publisher. I wrote three autobiographies, including, "My Bondage and My Freedom." Who am I? *
In January, 2001, I became the first African-American Secretary of State. Who am I? *
I am the future justice who argued Brown v. Board of Education before the US. Supreme Court. Who am I? *
A Brooklyn-born civil rights activist, I became an ordained Pentecostal minister at only ten years old. *
In January, 2005 I became the first female African-American Secretary of State. Who am I? *
A Missouri-born scientist, I am best remembered for my research on peanuts. Who am I? *
I became the first African-American president of the United States in January, 2009. Who am I? *
I was a civil rights leader who was famously assassinated in 1968 in Memphis, Tennessee. Who am I? *
I refused to give up my seat on a bus, sparking a famous bus boycott in the 1950's. Who am I? *
Ready to see how you did? We hope you enjoyed our Black History Month: Who Am I quiz! If you would like more information about these individuals, we recommend you visit the library or website ( to view books and movies related to Black History Month. Thanks for participating, and please feel free to leave a comment or suggestion in the box below.
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