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Dinner Aunt Connie's House Matching Game. at. Click on any painting to start the game!. Click on a painting to find out more on how these women changed history. or. Click on the arrow to start the game. Who worked with presidents?. Mary Mcleod-Bethune. Zora Neale Hurston.

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    1. Dinner Aunt Connie's House Matching Game at Click on any painting to start the game!

    2. Click on a painting to find out more on how these women changed history. or Click on the arrow to start the game

    3. Who worked with presidents? Mary Mcleod-Bethune Zora Neale Hurston August Savage Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    4. Who was a movie star? Maria W. Stewart Zora Neale Hurston Dorothy Dandridge Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    5. Who was the Empress of Blues ? Marian Anderson Madame C.J. Walker Bessie Smith Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    6. Who brought slaves to freedom? Harriet Tubman Fannie Lou Hamer Dorothy Dandridge Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    7. Who refused to sit in the back of the bus? Rosa Parks Mary Mcleod-Bethune Zora Neale Hurston Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    8. Who was a sculptor? August Savage Mary Mcleod-Bethune Bessie Smith Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    9. Who helped people register to vote? Fannie Lou Hamer Mary Mcleod-Bethune Marian Anderson Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    10. Who was a famous writer? Dorothy Dandridge Bessie Smith Zora Neale Hurston Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    11. Who spoke out about women's rights? Madame C.J. Walker Sojourner Truth August Savage Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    12. Who was the first self-made American women millionare ? Madame C.J. Walker Rosa Parks Sojourner Truth Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    13. Who sang at the Lincoln Memorial? Maria W. Stewart Marian Anderson Bessie Smith Click on the picture to answer the question Click on the arrow to move to the next question

    14. Who spoke out for human rights? Maria W. Stewart Fannie Lou Hamer Bessie Smith Click on the picture to answer the question Click on this arrow to go to the next screen

    15. Harriet Tubman To visit a website about Harriet Tubman click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the main page

    16. Correct! Harriet Tubman Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    17. Fannie Lou Hamer To visit a website about Fannie Lou Hamer click on the painting Click on this arrow to return to the main page

    18. Correct! Fannie Lou Hamer Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    19. Correct! Dorothy Dandridge Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    20. Dorothy Dandridge To visit a website about Dorothy Dandridge click on the painting Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    21. Correct! Augusta Savage Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    22. Augusta Savage To visit a website about Augusta Savage click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    23. Correct! Marian Anderson Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    24. Marian Anderson To visit a website about Marian Anderson click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    25. Correct! Bessie Smith Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    26. Bessie Smith To visit a website about Bessie Smith click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    27. Correct! Rosa Parks Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    28. Rosa Parks To visit a website about Rosa Parks click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    29. Correct! Mary Mcleod-Bethune Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    30. Correct! Zora Neale Hurston Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    31. Mary Mcleod-Bethune To visit a website about Mary Mcleod-Bethune click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    32. Zora Neale Hurston To visit a website about Zora Neale Hurston click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    33. Correct! Sojourner Truth Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    34. Sojourner Truth To visit a website about Sojourner Truth click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    35. Correct! Maria W. Stewart Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    36. Maria W. Stewart To visit a website about Maria W. Stewart click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    37. Correct! Madame C.J. Walker Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    38. Madame C.J. Walker To visit a website about Madame C.J. Walker click on the painting. Click on this arrow to return to the game.

    39. You answered all the questions! How did you do? If you would like to play the game again click on this arrow . If you would like to visit websites about these learn more about these women's lives and accomplishments, click on this arrow. Visit Faith Ringgold’s website by clicking on this book. She is the author, illustrator of Dinner at Aunt Connie’s House

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