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BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Karyn Parsons Is Telling The Stories Of Little-Known Black Icons
Hilary Banks is now a history buff, y'all.
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White Eyes, Black Lives
Susan K Smith
Reclaiming white responsibility for Black plight.
Rare Photos Show Lesser-Known Black Women Activists Of The 19th Century
They are hidden figures no more.
Library Of Congress
Hidden Figures In Politics: The Women Behind The National Museum Of African American History And Culture
The Book Sculptor
It is not only the story of one community, but a story that affects all Americans.
Honoring Black Women's History In The Era Of Trump
Honoring African American women’s history requires more than just sprinkling a little Rosa Parks into the stories we already tell.
Jordan Peele Is The First Black Writer-Director To Land $100 Million Debut
This clever comedian has officially made history.
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John Lewis On Selma March, 52 Years Later: 'I Thought I Was Going To Die'
"Our march continues. There is great work still to be done."
Janelle Monae: Black Women Aren't Monolithic, We're Multi-Dimensional
"And we have a right to have our stories told."
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ARTS & CULTURE
10 New Books By Women Writers Of Color To Add To Your Must-Read List
Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl book club has some suggestions for your 2017 shelves.
42 Times We Did It For The Culture This Black History Month
February was lit! 🔥
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Black History Everyday 24/7/365: 10 Things I Learned About Zora Neale Hurston
Women’s History Month begins today, March 1st. I honor the month and continue celebrating Black History 24/7/365 with 10
'100 Years Of Black Fashion' Is About So Much More Than Clothes
Here's to ending Black History Month on a stylish note.
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7 College Courses That Are Black AF
OK, ladies (and gents), let's get information.
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Realizing Economic Empowerment For All Americans
Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney
Congresswoman Maloney represents the 12th District of New York
We must not forget the real and present disparities still present in our society that prevent us from reaching true equality.
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This Is How A Resistance Movement Succeeds
Chairman, Berggruen Institute; Publisher, The WorldPost
It must have a narrative, plan, leadership and organization.
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Distinguished Professor of African American Studies, Gender an...
Join the revolution!
This Chilling Photo Collection Captures Fascinating Black History Artifacts
Included: a lock of Frederick Douglass' hair.
What I Learned During Black History Month
Comedian, filmmaker, musician
The people who like arguing whether or not Black History Month should be a thing can continue having that debate every February
'Sesame Street' Shares Rad Vintage Clips To Celebrate Black History Month
Watch old scenes featuring Maya Angelou and more.
5-Year-Old Recreates Photo Of An Iconic Woman Every Day Of Black History Month
She especially loves to get into costume and "make their faces," her mom said.
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ARTS & CULTURE
Keep Learning About Black History With These 23 Vital Books
Black History Month might be ending, but learning about black history never should.
Young Black Voters, You Got This!
Author, Social Justice Warrior, Camp Administrator and Communi...
My vision for Black futures looks like Black youth voter education and young Black voters everywhere.
Felix Jackson Jr
Learning Black History Is Learning American History
Center for Community Change Action
Social justice organization
Pride in Black history must be a national pride, not exclusive to African Americans
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The Oscars Made History By Awarding Record-Breaking Number Of Black Stars
Black excellence for the win.
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Negro Week At The 1939–1940 New York World’s Fair
Writer, Avid Reader, Lyricist, World Traveler, and Free Spirit
Growing up in my small Maryland town, I dreamed of one day attending the New York World’s Fair. Especially after my two older
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How We Learned (Are Learning) Transformative Justice
Adrienne Maree Brown
Co-editor of Octavia's Brood: Science Fiction from Social Just...
We survive, we learn, we have agency about our next steps.
Brandan BMike Odums
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