QUEst for Blackness
QUEst #1: Ghana was the first African country south of the Sahara to gain its independence on March 6, 1957. I was the first prime minister and president of Ghana. I liberated Ghana from European colonialist powers.
What BLACK people are you liberating? Who am I?
ANS: Dr. Kwame Nkrumah
QUEst #2: I was educated in the United States. I was once exiled to Kenya for my political beliefs and support of an opposing party. After enduring jailing, and transcending all of the trials and tribulations, I became the first elected female president of Liberia.
Do you have the balls to be a benefit to BLACK people? Who am I?
ANS: Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
QUEst #3: I was an advocate of Ujamaa, African socialism. I was also the first president of Tanzania.
Make your life count, advocate for BLACK people. Who am I?
ANS: Julius Kambage Nyerere
QUEst #4: I was the first woman in East and Central Africa to earn a doctorate degree. I am a Kenyan environmentalist and human rights activist. I was the first African woman to receive the very prestigious Nobel Peace Prize.
QUES, do not allow the human rights struggle for BLACK people to die! Who am I?
ANS: Prof. Wangari Maathai