Black Activists Juneteenth Flag Lincoln's Legacy
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who is Sam Cooke?
A successful singer-songwriter, he wrote "A Change Gone Come", which is famously known as the Civil Rights Movement anthem.
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What is the star?
This symbol represents Texas, and freedom for all American citizens.
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What is Illinois?
This state is famously nicknamed after Abraham Lincoln.
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Who is Harriet Tubman?
A runaway slave and self-educated activist, nurse, and Union spy. This historical figure was supposed to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 Bill in 2016.
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What is the curve?
This symbol represents the horizon and the opportunities for freed slaves.
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What is Eastern Illinois University?
A dormitory at this university is named after Abraham Lincoln.
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Who is Malcolm X?
This figure was a Civil Rights leader, and a minister. He was assassinated in 1965, and actively encouraged his supporters to protect themselves from white nationalists "by any means necessary".
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What are the colors (red, white and blue)?
This symbol's message is that all slaves and their ancestors are and were Americans.
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What is the Democratic-Republican Party?
In 1856, Lincoln joined this new political party, which would later separate, and dominate American politics.
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Who is Marsha P. Johnson?
This figure was a transgender woman and is famously known as an instigator in the Stonewall Riots in 1969. She founded the Street Transgender Action Revolutionaries (STAR) which is an organization dedicated to helping homeless trans youth in NYC.
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What is the burst?
This symbol represents new beginnings for freed slaves in Galveston, Texas, and throughout the United States.
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What is the Emancipation Proclamation (executive order 95)?
Lincoln signed this executive order during the Civil War.
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Who is Fredrick Douglass?
A runaway slave and self-educated author, public speaker, unofficial correspondent to President Lincoln. He is considered to be one of the most influential figures in American history.
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What is the date (June 19th,1865)?
This symbol represents the anniversary of the day federal troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, and freed the last of the enslaved people.
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Who is John Wilkes Booth?
This person assassinated President Lincoln at the Ford theatre in 1865.




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