Black Future Month: Examining The Current State Of Black Lives And Envisioning Where We Go From Here

February 2, 2015   // 0 Comments

    Opal Tometi        -Huff Post Black Voices Everyone knows that February in the U.S. is observed as Black History Month. This tradition began nearly 90 years ago when noted scholar and author Carter G.Woodson, himself the son of formerly enslaved Africans declared Negro History Week to highlight and celebrate the contributions of Black people to human history and combat racia...

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