Contributions of African Americans in the U.S.

  1. 2. Great courage and bravery in the face of danger or adversity.
  2. 4. A story, account, or description of events or experiences.
  3. 8. Significant progress, advancements, or improvements.
  4. 9. Courageous behavior or actions in the face of danger or adversity.
  5. 10. Covered, hidden, or concealed, often implying a lack of visibility or awareness.
  6. 11. Acts, efforts, or donations made to contribute to a cause or goal.
  7. 13. Something handed down or left behind by a predecessor or past generation.
  8. 14. The United States Army during the American Civil War, supporting the Union cause.
  9. 17. Preconceived opinion or bias, often based on limited information or stereotypes.
  10. 19. A military unit consisting of soldiers trained and equipped for ground combat.
  1. 1. Of crucial importance or significance, often referring to a central or turning point.
  2. 3. People of African descent living in the United States, often used to refer to individuals with African ancestry and African American cultural heritage.
  3. 5. Individuals who operate or fly aircraft, often referring to pilots.
  4. 6. The war fought by the American colonies to gain independence from Great Britain between 1775 and 1783.
  5. 7. A person who sacrifices their life or suffers greatly for a cause or belief.
  6. 12. The enforced separation or isolation of different racial or ethnic groups, often by social, legal, or institutional means.
  7. 14. Military The collective armed forces and defense organizations of the United States.
  8. 15. The act or process of bringing different groups or elements together to form a cohesive whole.
  9. 16. Not given proper attention or recognition, often due to being overshadowed or neglected.
  10. 18. The ability to recover or bounce back from difficulties or challenges.