Use these links to navigate through the major sections of our website. If the Civil Rights Movement is new to you, you can access our dictionary page from any page in the entire web site by clicking here.
You’ll be amazed by the civil rights games on our website! Just click on the picture next to the game you'd like to play to get started!
Our quiz is like a real game show that you can play with one to four people. The questions all deal with what is inside our website. Studying our website or reading it before playing will help you win!
Take the Internet African American History Challenge at www.brightmoments.com/blackhistory/ to test your knowledge of the Civil Rights Movement. You can click on famous abolitionists to help you with the quiz as you go along!
Find all your favorite civil rights leaders in our word search. If word searches are your thing, be sure to visit the word searchs linked to the bottom of these pages: The Fight to End Slavery, Leading People to Freedom, Resistance to the Movement, Leading the Country, Willing to Give Their Lives, and The Fight for Equal Education.
Have you ever heard of a double puzzle before? There are words about the Civil Rights Movement that are scrambled up and you have to unscramble them. After you have unscrambled the words, there will be numbers at the bottom of the page that will help you find the secret message! If you like double puzzles, you can also find links to more double puzzles at the bottom of these pages: Changing the Laws, The Fight for Desegregation, and The Right to Vote.
We also have a cryptogram, which reveals a secret message from the most famous civil rights leader of all time!
The last game we have on our website is a crossword puzzle. Answer questions about the Civil Rights Movement to fill in the puzzle.
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