In the current era, African Americans play a very important role in the development of the USA. When we talk about black, it means African Americans. Right now the population of African Americans is over 40 Million and it’s still growing. After the white Americans, African American is the second-largest racial group and also has 3rd largest ethnic group.
There are too many African Americans who contribute very well to the development of America as well as to improve the lives of black people. Some popular strugglers and activists are Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, Sojourner Truth, Bessie Coleman, Malcolm X, Frederick Douglass, and Langston Hughes. The list is very large and impossible to mention all here.
In America and Canada, a whole month is dedicated to black history, which is called “black history month” or it is also known as African American History Month. It’s becoming popular day by day and it also received official recognition from the government of the USA and Canada. Gradually it also starts to celebrate in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
By keeping this in mind we decide to make a post comprehensive post on black history trivia. Which also contains some funny black trivia questions and black history trivia questions. Some questions are related to politics, some are related to sports, music, and history. So if you want to learn some amazing facts about Black or African American people then you need to read these trivia questions completely.
Funny black trivia questions
Do you know the name of the famous TV show “Soul Train” host?
Answer: Don Cornelius
In the movie “Juice” who plays the role of Bishop?
Answer: Tupac Shakur
Do you know the original name of Bobby Brown?
Answer: Robert Barisford Brown
Do you know the birth date of Bobby Brown?
Answer: 5 February 1969
Du-rag is a silky and close-fitted cloth tied around the top of the head, do you know the reason behind the wearing of the Du-rag?
Answer: To lay the hair down
When you hear the phrase “Who die Who” which raper clicks in your mind?
Answer: Master P
“Nickel Bag” means what?
Answer: It means a $5 bag of marijuana
Do you know in which year the “Congressional Black Caucus” developed?
Answer: In 1971
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In 1824 first African American complete his bachelor’s degree. Do you remember his name?
Answer: Alexander Lucius Twilight was the first African American who complete his bachelor’s degree.
Who was Malcolm X in black history?
Answer: Malcolm X was an African American Muslim minister and human rights, activist
What was Malcolm X’s Muslim name?
Answer: El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz
Funny black pop culture trivia questions and answers
In the 1936 Olympics which were held in Berlin who won 4 gold medals?
Answer: Jesse Owens
Do you know who assassinates the famous activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr?
Answer: James Earl Ray
Do you know the name of the oldest civil rights organization still working today?
Answer: National Association for the Advancement of colored people
Do you know the founder name of Negro Improvement Association?
Answer: Marcus Garvey
Who was the first African American to receive a Ph.D. degree from Harvard University and wrote “Souls of Black Folk”?
Answer: W.E.B Dubois
In the US constitution which amendment destroys slavery?
Answer: 13th Amendment
What were the Zoot Suit Riots and when it happened?
Answer: A series of violent clashes in Los Angeles which start from 1943
Who was the writer of the famous novel “Their Eyes Were Watching God”?
Answer: Zora Neale Hurston
When was the first novel of a black person published?
Answer: In 1833
What was the name of the first published novel by a black person?
Answer: Clotel / The President’s Daughter
Who wrote the famous novel “Clotel”?
Answer: William Wells Brown
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What was the first play written by William Wells Brown?
Answer: The Escape
The father of Blues WC Handy was born in which state of the USA?
Who were the first African American women to publish a full-length novel?
Answer: Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
The first award-winning African American women composer was?
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Answer: Florence Price
The first famous African American sculptress was?
Answer: Edmonia Leis
Which famous African American activist graduated from Morehouse college?
Answer: Martin Luther King, Jr.
What is the important point at Kentucky State University?
Answer: Historically Black College and University
The first African American president of Spelman College was?
Answer: Johnnetta Cole
The first college graduate of African American was?
Answer: John Russwurm
In which state of the USA high number of black institutes exist?
Funny black music trivia questions and answers
KRS-One is the entertainment name of which famous rapper?
Answer: Lawrence Parker
The famous singer Charlie Pride mostly sings _____ type of songs?
The famous singer Jeffery Osborne was a member of which famous band?
T.I. is the stage name of which famous American rapper?
Answer: Clifford Joseph
Patti LaBelle is the nickname of which famous African American singer?
Answer: Patricia Louise
What is the total album number of Mary J. Blige?
Answer: 11 till now (04.08.2021)
Future is the stage name of which famous American singer?
Answer: Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn
“In A Perfect World” was the debut album of which famous singer?
Answer: Keri Hilson
Which famous R&B artist asked for “Last Chance” in 2009?