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100

This X-Men superheroine had a romance with T'Challa/Black Panther.

Storm

100

This boxer was known as the “Brown Bomber".

Joe Louis

100

This author wrote the science fantasy novel series, the Broken Earth Trilogy.

N.K. Jemisin

100

She was the first African American woman in space.

Mae Jemison

100

Name the Blerd from Hawkins, Indiana who helps battle the Demogorgon on Stranger Things.

Lucas

200

This comic is being adapted into a live action series by Ryan Coogler.

Bitter Root

200

She was the first Black tennis player at the U.S. Open.

Althea Gibson

200

This author created the Vampire Huntress series.

LA Banks

200

Name this organization for Black engineers.

NSBE - National Society of Black Engineers

200

This Blerd character was only supposed to appear on his hit sitcom once but became the main character.

Steve Urkel

300

This comic is co-created by actress Amandla Stenberg.

Niobe

300

This Georgetown University basketball coach led the Hoyas to a 249-115 overall record. 

John Thompson III

300

She was the first science fiction author to win a MacArthur Genius Grant.

Octavia Butler

300

Name this conference for Blacks in Tech created by, media tech company, Blavity.

AfroTech

300

This was Dwayne Wayne's Major at Hilman College.

Computer Science

400

This bi-sexual X-Men heroine is the daughter of Hip-Hop stars.

Bling

400

Paul Robeson played this sport in college.

Football

400

This book received one of the biggest young adult publishing deals ever, including preemptive sale of film rights to Fox 2000.

Children of Blood and Bone

400

This former NASA engineer who holds over 80 patents invented the Super Soaker.

Lonnie G. Johnson

400

This actor played the Smart Guy on the sitcom of the same name.

Tahj Mowry

500

This Afro-Latinx comic writer has rebooted the Character of Nebula for Marvel as well as created their own Creator-Owned Comic for Comixology.

Vita Ayala

500

The number of years Wilt Chamberlain played basketball in the NBA

14

500

This author is the first Black person to win a Lifetime Achievement Award Bram Stoker Award® from the Horror Writers Association.

Linda D. Addison

500

He was the co-creator of the IBM personal computer released in 1981.

Mark Dean

500

Name this British Horror Comedy with a Black female demon hunter.

Crazyhead

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