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Winners of The Secret Writer Challenge!

Congratulations to all of the winners, and a huge thank you to everyone that participated! ❤️❤️❤️

By Real PoeticPublished 3 months ago 2 min read
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Winners of The Secret Writer Challenge!
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It’s the last day of Black History month, because it’s a leap year. I’m so grateful for that one extra day! Hooray for 29 days of celebrating Black History! I hope everyone that read through the entries got a taste of what it was like for Black people living in America during the 1800s. I absolutely love history, so this prompt was definitely my favorite so far.

If you haven’t already, you can check out the entries here:

So, who won? Well, I’m not going to reveal it yet. You’ll have to wait until you read to the end. For anyone who reads my work regularly, you know RP loves a good suspense.

I’d like to have a little Black History Trivia fun before getting into who won the challenge. The first two (2) people to answer all of the following questions below correctly and submit their final answers in the comments section will receive a $10.00 tip today!!! 🎉🎉🎉

(I hated pop quizzes in school, but I have to admit that I like giving them! 😂)

Ready… set… BLACK HISTORY TRIVIA!

1. Who was the first Black American Woman to publish a book of poems?

A. Madam C.J. Walker

B. Phillis Wheatley

C. Lucille Clifton

D. Maya Angelou

2. Which Black American attorney argued the Brown Vs. The Board of Education court case?

A. Samuel R. Lowery

B. James Weldon Johnson

C. Charlotte E. Ray

D. Thurgood Marshall

3. Who delivered the speech “Ain’t I A Woman?” in Akron, Ohio in 1851?

A. Sojourner Truth

B. Martin Luther King Jr.

C. Malcolm X

D. Jesse Jackson

4. What year was February recognized as Black History month in the United States?

A. 1986

B. 1990

C. 1976

D. 1995

5. Which Black American musical artist is the “Godfather of Soul”?

A. Michael Jackson

B. James Brown

C. Lionel Richie

D. Louis Armstrong

6. The Black students in the film, “The Great Debaters,” attend which historically black college or university?

A. Howard University

B. Morgan State University

C. Wiley College

D. North Carolina A&T University

7. Which Black American record producer started Motown?

A. Berry Gordy

B. Smokey Robinson

C. Aretha Franklin

D. Quincy Jones

8. Who was the first Black American to receive a pilot license?

A. Bessie Coleman

B. Eugene Bullard

C. Willa Brown

D. Janet Bragg

9. True or false: The Tuskegee Airmen fought in World War I.

10. True or false: The Selma marches were organized to protest the blocking of the Black American people’s right to vote.

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Now, let’s get back to business!

AND THE WINNERS OF THE SECRET WRITER CHALLENGE ARE… 🎉❤️

🥇 1st Place - “Cotton” by Lamar Wiggins

🥈2nd Place - “When It Is Safe” by Alexandria Stanwyck

🥉3rd Place - “Ghost Writer” by Randy Baker

CONGRATS, and best of luck with the trivia to everyone who joins in the fun! 🎉

Until next time,

-R.P ❤️

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Real Poetic

Welcome to my imagination. ✨

I write what I want, whenever I want.

Thanks for reading!

-R.P. ❤️

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  • Tiffany Gordon 2 months ago

    Congratulations Everyone!! This was such a neat challenge!!

  • Anna 3 months ago

    Congrats to the winners and thanks for the challenge!

  • I'll be honest, I don't know any of the answers for any of your questions 😅 I could have Googled them but that's cheating. Anyway, congratulations Lamar, Alexandria and Randy! 🎉💖🎊🎉💖🎊

  • Lamar Wiggins3 months ago

    This is such an honor, RP. Cotton became a very important story to me. It grew on me, it angered me. It was liberating. And it wouldn't have come to life If it wasn't for this challenged. I appreciate that it was recognized among so many great stories! Thank you and thank everyone who participated. We are all winners just by challenging ourselves to write about the hardships of slavery. 💖💖💖

  • 1. B. Phyllis Wheatley 2. D. Thurgood Marshall 3. A. Sojourner Truth 4. C. 1976 (Gerald Ford) A. 1986 (Congress) 5. B. James Brown 6. C. Wiley College 7. A. Berry Gordy 8. A. Bessie Coleman 9. True 10. True (With a little help from Alexa. Some of them I did remember.)

  • This is really awesome and congrats to the winners here! What an excellent idea. Also, what an idea to do trivia. I love trivia. I’m not sure how well I’ll fare with this but that’s ok I just want to try for fun. So I’ll give it a try. 1 - D (sounds right) 2 - D (I have an inkling about this one perhaps) 3 - A (I think I just learned this) 4 - D (I feel like it happened when I was a kid?) 5 - D 6 - A 7 - A 8 - C (was between that and A 9 - True 10 - True And now I’m very curious about these answers

  • Steel3 months ago

    Your talents are amazing amazing. Great work here congratulations to all the winners of your Challenge and the micro fiction stories are outstanding.

  • Kendall Defoe 3 months ago

    Well, here I go: 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. A 5. B 6. A 7. A 8. A 9. False 10. True And congrats to the winners! 🏆

  • Randy Baker3 months ago

    Thank you for choosing "Ghost Writer" as one of the winners! This was a great challenge and I enjoyed participating. There are some really great entries! Congrats to the other winners and everyone else who took part.

  • Randy Baker3 months ago

    1. B 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. D 8. A 9. False 10. True

  • First of all, thank you for this challenge and congrats to the winners! Okay the answers to the trivia. 1. B 2. D 3. A 4. C 5. B 6. C 7. A 8. A 9. false 10. true

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