A White Picket Fence: Lessons To Learn On The Road To Success
This book started out as a letter to Dr. Hull’s grandchildren so that he could give them some advice that could help them on their life’s journey. As he wrote it to them, he began to think about the hundreds of children he encountered as a Teacher and School Principal and he realized that telling his story could potentially help them as well.
This book chronicles Dr. Hull’s early years and demonstrates that humble beginnings do not have to prevent you from dreaming big and achieving your dreams. Over the years, he learned a lot of things that he believes helped to shape and form his life. The book shares some of those lessons with the reader with the hope that they can garner something positive from them. Sure, everyone needs to make their own mistakes, but hopefully the lessons that he shares about his life will help them to better navigate their own personal situations and circumstances. As an educator, he feels compelled to impart as much as he can to add value to the lives of children.
The Black History Bowl African Americans Throughout American History
This book has sections on African American contributions to the military, medicine, religion, and transportation. There is a section showing African American contributions for every day of the year, “Then and Now.” In addition, there is a section on Historically Black Colleges with some notable graduates. The book finishes with a test of your knowledge of African American history with two quizzes, and 114 facts on famous African Americans.
The Black History Bowl "2020" Hindsight Vision African American History Matters: It Is American History
“Where would we be without Black People?” In 1915, Dr. Carter G. Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History located in Washington, D.C. Realizing the importance of the contributions of Black Americans to the foundation and formation of American history, and in some cases, World history, Woodson created Negro History Week in 1926. The purpose of his efforts was to recognize the accomplishments of Black civil rights leaders, scientists, inventors, pioneers, educators, contributors to government, writers, athletes, and entertainers. It was expanded into Black History Month in February 1976. Dr. Woodson chose the month of February as a tribute to Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, whose birthdays are February 12th and 14th respectively.
In recent years, African American History has gained acknowledgment in American culture and history. It is now included in some classroom books and curricula. However, not enough has been done to fully recognize the contributions of African Americans to history. Thus, “The Black History Bowl” was designed and created to continue and expand upon the goal that Carter G. Woodson set out to accomplish; to present a fair and clear picture of the role African Americans have played in American and World History.
The black history quiz that is included in the following pages is divided into eight (8) sections of black history facts. Each section begins with a black history worksheet. The worksheet is followed by facts on the black history contributors who are listed at the beginning of each section. The answers to each section are on the last page of that section.
This black history quiz guide is designed to test your knowledge of Black history, as well as enhance your knowledge of American history. Hopefully, through the next pages, and some research on your own, you will begin to gain “2020” hindsight as to where we would be without Black people. Enjoy this book as you enrich your knowledge of the contributions that African Americans (Black Americans) have made to history.
The Black History Bowl Flashbacks Reflection: African American Contributions Matter "2020"
Perhaps you have thought, why is the study of African American history important? Well, let’s think about it for a minute! We take all the things that we have today for granted. We need to make sure that we know the sacrifices that were made to provide the opportunities that we enjoy today. This book will provide you with 135 mini-biographies of famous African Americans. Hopefully, it will tweak your interest to do further research to find out more about their contributions to American history. In addition, to the mini-biographies, there are sections on Juneteenth, Kwanzaa, the Spingarn Medal, African American Women in history, an African American History Timeline, and more.