5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 1919 - very few women and NO black women had pilot's license, but she wanted one.
- Journalist who was the 1st A.A. reporter.
- Had her poverty students write on the floor and use the benches as their desk. They wrote on used dry cleaners; bags.
- After long legal battles, she got her pension and license back.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
5 Multiple choice questions
- Septima Clark
Charles Richard Drew
5 True/False questions
3rd largest city in the US. →
Was offered jobs by Henry Ford & Thomas Edison, but stayed @ Tuskegee to improve black farmers. →
George Washington Carver
Her aunt bought her freedom for $125 and sent her to school in Rhode Island →
Practiced law in England →
Started by doing stand-up comedy in Philadelphia →