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[MUSIC] In honor of Black history month, we're going to show you four images on this screen behind me. Mm hm. And they're in numerical order, okay. It's either going to be of a person, place or event that relates to Black History Month. and so you have to look at the images and then maybe sound it out to see what that person, place or event may be. It's gonna be a lot of fun, okay. Don't sound like a lot of fun. It's gonna be a lot of fun. Okay. I'm with you, girl. I'm with you, girl. All right. [LAUGH] You'll get the hang of it after the first one. Okay, so the first one, I'll give you a hint. It's a person or people. Wait that's me. True. True. So you're almost there. [LAUGH] And we're gonna start in 1, 2 then 3, 4. Okay that's lamb? Okay. Yeah. She no. What's the lamb doing when the mouth is open? Aaaaaah something. Okay okay. Okay. That's a rock? Mm-hm. Mm-hm. Okay, that's journey. That's so. You had it right, when you said me. Me. Mm-hm. And that's a shell. Mm-hm. Okay now you have to say that altogether. Lamb. No, you made the sound first. You made baa. Baa. Rock.. Me, shell? [LAUGH] Michelle? Barack? Barack and Michelle! [LAUGH] Now I get the hang of it! [LAUGH] Now you get the hang of it, and of course their our first family, and the first african american family to hold the white house Absolutely. Number two, now this is an event and it relates to black history. Ok. So you've gotta sound it out, start with number one. Is this the bus boycott? So you just gonna throw that out there? Well yes it's the Montgomery bus boycott. Ok, look at us! I saw a bus [CROSSTALK] The young boy and the cot. Yes, okay, so quick fun fact here, the Montgomery bus boycott was sparked by the arrest of Rosa Parks and was a 13 month mass protest that ended with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that segregation on public buses is unconstitutional, so- I mean, just how amazing when you think about how resistance and disobedience really can Make tangible change like that. And unity. Yes, organize unity, nonviolent unity. Exactly. But hitting them where it hurts, you know, their pockets. In the pockets. Yes, ma'am. All right here's our third and this will be I believe our last one. Are you ready for it? George Jefferson? Mm-hm. Soap, washing hands. Mm-hm. One ton. And turkey? What are we doing with the turkey? Carving? Okay. So what's it say altogether? We have George. Hands, what are they doing with the hands? Hands, washing. Ton. Ton. And then. George Washington Carver. [LAUGH] Okay, y'all being all clever and stuff. You're so smart. My goodness. [LAUGH] Okay, so here's our fun fact, he was a scientist and inventor who discovered over three hundred uses for the peanut, so. Peanut butter. Peanut butter and Baby snack. Now they're saying one more, this, this one's my personal favorite. because you're really good at this game. Man! I'm not trying to throw you off. Mm. It's a person, I will give you that. A lake, a river, An amazing athlete. A phenomenal athlete. That's your hint. Okay. That's a river or a lake. It's a body of water. How does it make you feel? Serene? That's the word I was supposed to guess? Mm-hm. Is this Serena Williams? Boom! Bam! Serene. You say it, Will Smith, and then yam. Yam. [LAUGH] You know black folks love yam. [LAUGH] Thank you so much for playing this game.

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