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actress
January
mississippi
Oprah
Oprah Winfrey Show
People Are Talking
philanthropist
producers
publisher
Talk Show Host
Tennessee State University
The Color Purple
Winfrey

Famous Firsts Black History Month Crossword

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Who was the first African-American to receive a Nobel Piece Prize for his mediation in Israel? RalphJBunche
Who was the first African-American to be a justice of the Supreme Court? ThurgoodMarshall
Who was the first African-American performer to host a variety TV series? NatKingCole
Who was the first published African-American female poet? PhillisWheatley
Who was the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball in the modern era? JackieRobinson
Who was the first African-American In space? GuionBluford
Who was the first African-American female to be a millionaire and specialized in hair products for black women? MadameCJWalker
Who was the first African-American Senator in the U.S. Congress? HiramRevels
Who was an African-American leader during the late 19th and early 20th centuries and founded Tuskegee University? BookerTWashington
Who was a civil rights activist who became the first African-American to attend the University of Mississippi? JamesMeredith

OPRAH WINFREY Word Search

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MAGAZINE
BELOVED
BREWSTERS PLACE
GREENLEAF
COLOR PURPLE
NETWORK
ENTREPRENEUR
SUPER SOUL
HOST
AUTHOR
PRODUCER
ACTRESS

Oprah Winfrey Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Who is Oprah's father? Vernon Winfrey
Which was Oprah born in? Mississippi
Who was Oprah's mother? Vernita Winfrey
What was Oprah's first movie? The Color Purple
What was Oprah's TV show? The Oprah WInfrey Show
What was Oprah's first job? News Reporter
Where did Oprah graduate from? Tennessee State
What is Oprah's organization? Oprah's Angels
When did Oprah win her first Emmy? 1986
Who gave Oprah the Presidential Medal of Freedom? President Obama

EOC Review Crossword puzzle

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Creator of Apple and revolutionary touch screen technology Steve Jobs
President and Chief Executive Officer of Alvarado Construction Inc. Co owner of Colorado Rockies Linda Alvarado
African American actor, comedian, filmmaker and writer Tyler Perry
Co-Founder of Microsoft Bill Gates
American Businessman and Founder of Walmart Sam Walton
Mexican American advertising and marketing executive Lionel Sosa
African American Philanthropist, Talk Show Host and actress Oprah Winfrey
American Blues singer/song writer. Also a musician Robert Johnson
American aerobatic air show pilot and former commercial airplane pilot. Julie Clark
American Businessperson and confounded cosmetics company named after her Estee Lauder
Track and Field Coach. Co-Founder of Nike Bill Bowerman
American business magnate and philanthropist. Co-Founder of Nike Phil Knight

Oprah Winfrey Word Search

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beloved
the color purple
winfrey
publisher
producer
book club
news anchor
television
own
fame
actress
african american
o magazine
radio
speaker
nashville
entrepreneur
harpo studios
Oprah

Black History Month Word Search

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abolitionist
activist
advocate
apartheid
black panther
boycott
civil rights
cj walker
discrimination
equality
Frederick Douglass
great migration
Harlem Renaissance
Harriet Tubman
injustice
integration
integrity
jim crow
justice
malcolm x
martin luther king jr
Nelson Mandela
oppression
Oprah Winfrey
race riots
Rosa Parks
segregation
sit in movement
slavery
underground railroad

Black History CrossWord

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Rhythm-and-blues singer, and an actress became an overnight R&B sensation. Haughton
The first African-American player in the modern major leagues. Robinson
He excelled at track and field events. At the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin, he astounded the world and upset Hitler's "Aryan" theories by equaling the world mark in the 100-meter race, breaking world records in the 200-meter race and in the broad jump, and winning the 400-meter relay race. Owens
He was the first black to sit on the high court (Supreme Court). Marshall
Became a teacher at age 16. taught her students woodworking, sewing, cooking, and gardening, as well as academics. Randolph
Became the first African American and one of the first women to publish a book of poetry in the colonies, doing so in 1773. mastered Latin and Greek, going on to write highly acclaimed poetry. Wheatley
Religious leader; director of NAACP. Muhammad
His work in chemistry revolutionized the meatpacking industry. His research led to improved curing salts, which led to improved meat preservation. He also discovered a method for sterilizing spices, which had applications in other fields. His methods are today used to sterilize medicine, medical supplies, and cosmetics. In addition, he patented a method that dramatically cut the amount of time necessary to cure meats. Instead of a six to fifteen-day period, meats could be cured in hours. Hall
44th president of the U.S. The first black U.S. president. Obama
The rapper who made the hit album Get Rich or Die Tryin; he survived being shot 9 times. 50Cent
He played professionally with the San Francisco 49ers, the Oakland Raiders, and the Seattle Seahawks. He became the NFL's oldest wide receiver and one of its greatest players. At his retirement, he held numerous career records. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010. Rice
First major black promoter who has controlled heavyweight title off and on since 1978; Don King is an eccentric boxing promoter known for his wild hair and the titanic bouts he arranges. King
Professional golfer who is among the most successful golfers of all time. He has been one of the highest-paid athletes in the world for several years. Woods
American folk painter known for his depictions of African American life and of the horrors of war.His first large canvas was an eloquent protest against war, End of the War. Pippin
Intelligent fugitive slave who was also an abolitionist. Douglass
1960 Olympic gold medalist boxer who became the world heavyweight champion. His flamboyant boxing style and outspoken stances on social issues made him a controversial figure during the 1960s and early 1970s. Ali
Actor and comedian who was the voiceover for the donkey in the animated Shrek, Shrek 2, and Shrek the Third. His role of James “Thunder” Early in Dreamgirls received rave reviews and several award nominations. He also had roles in movies such as 48 Hours and Beverly Hills Cop. Murphy
Emmy Award-winning television talk-show host, actress and producer. She was the first African-American women to reach billionaire status. Winfrey
Comedian and actor who was the voiceover for Marty the zebra in Madagascar and Madagascar 2. His 1996 HBO special, Bring the Pain, won him a wide audience and two Emmy awards. He also hosted the 77th Academy Awards Show. Rock
Actor with leading roles in the blockbusters Independence Day, Men in Black, Men in Black II, Wild Wild West, etc. Smith

Black History Month Crossword

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Crossword
Description

The first African American to play major league baseball. Jackie Robinson
The first African American to travel into space. Guion Bluford
The first African American to host television series . (Singer and Musician) Nat King Cole
The first African American supreme court justice. Thurgood Marshall
The first African American to serve in congress. (Senator) Hiram Revels
The first African American to be awarded the Nobel peace prize. Ralph J Bunche
The first African American woman to be be a self-made millionaire. Madame C J Walker
The first African American to dine at the White House. (Educator and Author) Booker T Washington
The first African American to attended the University of Mississippi. James Meredith
The first African American women to publish poetry. Phillis Wheatley

Breast Cancer Awareness Crossword

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Crossword
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What month is National Breast Cancer Awareness month? October
What is the medical exam done to detect breast cancer? Mammogram
The color of the ribbon worn to show awareness for breast cancer in men Blue
US city where the first 'Race for the Cure' was held (1983) Dallas
Male Breast Cancer Awareness week happens every _______ week in October Third
An estimated _____ percent of breast cancer develops in men One
Men's Breast Cancer Awareness group Out of the shadow of pink
Two colors in one ribbon to recognize breast cancer in both men and women Pink and blue
Who recently raised over $500 toward Breast Cancer Research? AustinCEC
U.S. Marine and famous talk show host diagnosed by breast cancer Montel Williams
Actor, portrayd character 'Shaft', diagnosed in 1993 Richard Roundtree
Iconic "Come on down!" announcer for the Price is Right and brave fighter to breast cancer Rod Roddy
This breast cancer survivor and KISS band member was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014 Peter Criss
What we are all working towards A Cure
Our Take Care Champ dressed as this for our Pink Costume Contest Pink Dinosaur

Women in History Word Search

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Susan B Anthony
Rosa Parks
Pocahontas
Patricia Nixon
Oprah Winfrey
Mother Theresa
Michelle Obama
Margaret Thatcher
Hillary Clinton
Helen Keller
Harriet Tubman
Elizabeth Ford
Elizabeth Blackwell
Eleanor Roosevelt
Cleopatra
Clara Barton
Betty Friedan
Anne Frank
Amelia Earhart
Abigail Adams