Yesterday we dropped a post about Know Your Heritage, and we wanted to offer some more resources for how Black History Trivia Bowl’s nationwide events feel, look, and sound. Check out the video clips below, as well as sample question sets.
After a pandemic-forced break, Kennesaw Teen Center returned to live in-person competition in January 2022.
The Black History Bowl is a fun, competitive and educational event for middle school students. Teams will have an opportunity to compete in three rounds of competition that begin on January 15 , 2022 and end with the Championship Series on February 5, 2022. Teams compete by answering a variety of black history-related questions in science, the arts, education, sports, entertainment, civil rights, politics and more in a fast-paced game show format. The Bowl seeks to raise and deepen the awareness of the vital role played by African-Americans in the rich history of our country.
• 87,000 students invited to participate
• All schools, churches and youth groups are eligible.
• Competition division: Middle school aged (grades 6-8),
• Teams composed of a minimum of four players and a maximum of six players, with two advisers.
Here’s a selection of study questions for 2011-2021 Black History Bowl competitions.
To see the full 27 page document, click here.
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2021 Virtual Quiz Bowl
In March 2021, the Washington DC Friendship Public Charter School hosted their Black History Month Quiz Bowl. Check out the video, below!