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Excellent Black History Month tool

Card Topics

  • Fighting for Freedom: Enslaved people escape in 1526
  • Enslaved People: Arrival in 1619 in Jamestown, VA
  • American Culture: The American front porch
  • White Allies: Quaker protest
  • Protesting: Stono Rebellion
  • Finding Community:  The Black Church
  • Early Sacrifices: Crispus Attucks
  • Rights: 13,14, and 15th Amendments
  • Segregaton: Jim Crow and Sundown towns
  • Representation: Mississippi ratifies the 13th Amendment
  • Post-Racial Society: Barack Obama and  Colin Kaepernick
  • Women Who Sat: Elizabeth Jennings Graham, Ida B. Wells & Irene Morgan
  • American Ingenuity: Elijah McCoy
  • Lost in History: William Monroe Trotter
  • Medical Pioneering: Dr. Daniel Hale Williams
  • Business: Madam C.J. Walker
  • The Arts: Sydney Poitier, Halle Barry & Danzel Washington
  • Integrating Sports: Jack Johnson, Althea Gibson, Charlie Sifford & Curtis Flood
  • Power of Education: Rhodes Scholars
  • Role of Politics: Shirley Chisholm



African American Pocket Guide

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The Pocket Guide to African American History
in the U.S.  Discussion Cards

This set of 20 cards are designed to both provide education about events and people important to African American history as well as to generation discussions about topics relevant to today's society. On front of each card is a fact or an important person. On the back is 3-4 discussion questions linked to the fact/person or to current societal questions.


Recommended Age: The cards can be used for fourth or fifth grade through adults.


Sponsor a Discussion Set: Purchase a card set for a nonprofit, library, community group, church or classroom and if you let us know (form on the right), we will include a card saying that you donated it to them.