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Let This February Be A Reminder That Black History Built This
Without black history, there would be no American history. Period.
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Attacks On Marc Lamont Hill Will Only Strengthen Solidarity Between Blacks And Palestinians
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The smear campaign has forced the broader public, particularly the African-American community, to reckon with his message.
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Surging Interest In Black History Gives A Lift To Museums, Tourism
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States are trying to capitalize on the 50th anniversaries of many civil rights milestones.
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Michigan's Medicaid Bill Is A Case Study In How America Makes Racist Policy
The original version of the proposal would have exempted rural white areas from work requirements.
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How To Celebrate Black History With Your Kids All Year Round
Moving beyond Black History Month and beyond the classroom.
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Black Celebrities Call For Monuments Honoring Black History Makers In New Project
Mic is letting users reimagine and replace Confederate statues.
Profiles In #BlackGlory: Langston Hughes
Langston Hughes pioneered jazz poetry and led the Harlem Renaissance. #BlackGlory
'Father Of Black History' Celebrated In Google Doodle
Historian Carter G. Woodson created what eventually became Black History Month.
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Black Women Are A Political Organizing Force. They’re Not Unicorns.
“Don’t just overlook the hard work that we did,” said one black woman who canvassed for Doug Jones.
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African American Museum To Digitize Vintage Photos, Videos For Black Families
"We recognize the importance of these vernacular, homemade images, this folk cinema, as an alternate history to the kinds of history that the mass media tells.”
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'Black-ish' Returns With Riveting Episode Exploring The Black History Behind Juneteenth
The Johnson family reminds America why everyone should recognize the contributions of black Americans.
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In Wake Of White Supremacist March, UVA Welcomes Its 'Most Diverse Class' Ever
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But the percentage of African-American students at the University of Virginia still greatly lags behind that of black high school graduates in the state.
Texas Rep. Has A Solution For Confederate Plaques: 'A History Book and A Crowbar'
But convincing the Republican-led state legislature to go along is proving difficult.
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Chance The Rapper Donated That Historic Grammy He Won To A Black History Museum
Just Chance the Philanthropist doing what he does.
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Karyn Parsons Is Telling The Stories Of Little-Known Black Icons
Hilary Banks is now a history buff, y'all.
'Black Panther' Costume Designer Says Black History, Current Movements Inspired Her Work
Veteran designer Ruth E. Carter said her inspiration for the fictional land of Wakanda stemmed from real black experiences.
Visiting The Smithsonian Museum Of African American History And Culture With High School Students
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A major step in examining the history of slavery and of race in the United States was the 2016 opening of the Smithsonian’s
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