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Fox Dismisses Video About Systemic Racism As "Dumb," Instead Highlighting Complaints From "Outraged" Parents

Fox News levied a series of complaints and attacks against a Black History Month video by the African American Policy Forum that portrays the barriers of institutional and historical anti-black racism. Fox ignored the substance of the...Show More Summary

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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists or about the African American experience. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, … Continue reading ?

10 Museums in the U.S. Focused on African American History

If you know your history, then you would know where you're coming from. - Bob Marley, Buffalo Soilder Black History Month or African American History month is a celebration of African American's role in the U.S. Though most of it was done involuntarily, our blood, sweat, tears and lives literally built this country. Show More Summary

Hambone, Hambone, Where You Been?

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. The following is a guest post by Brittany, a library assistant in the Children’s Department at Main. We … Continue reading ?

5 Ways to Celebrate Black History in Your Firm

It's Black History Month, the annual celebration of African American contributions to culture, society, and, of course, law. While Black History Month is hardly the card-sending, cocktail-houring, office-partying event that some other winter holidays are, it's still worth celebrating in your firm. Here's how.......

We Need More Diverse Oscar Nominations

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can view … Continue reading ?

Why Reparations and Social Security Matter for African Americans in the Election

American history has not created wealth for most. As Ta-Nehisi Coates and Steve Phillips become the latest in a lineage of black scholar/activists who have worked to push the boundaries of policy discourse about the feasibility of reparations...Show More Summary

Black History Month's Glaring Omission

Black History Month is here, again. And again, I am mystified how Eddie Robinson can be excluded from those public service announcements on TV and the tribute ads in newspapers that recognize the contributions of African American men...Show More Summary

Post-Katrina Fiction

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can view … Continue reading ?

Spend Some Time With These African American Cookbooks From History

5 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

A new book covers the often overlooked contributions of black cooks and chefs to American cuisine.

Navy Celebrates 2016 African American/Black History Month

Throughout the month of February, the Navy joins our nation in celebrating the history and culture of African-American and Black Sailors during African-American/Black History Month.

African American Media Outlets

  Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can … Continue reading ?

It's Time to Stop Whitewashing Civil Rights History

The African American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s failed more than it succeeded. Yet, in the popular history of the civil rights movement, we never talk about its failures. Popular civil rights history makes the movement into a fairytale: Once upon a time there was racism; then Martin Luther King Jr. Show More Summary

The Start of Challenges

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can view … Continue reading ?

Celebrating Black History Month

Poems, articles, and podcasts that explore African American history and culture POEMS "Harlem" by Langston Hughes "On Liberty and Slavery" by George Moses Horton "Lift Every Voice and Sing" by James Weldon Johnson "Praise Song for the...Show More Summary

National Museum of African American History and Culture Scheduled to Open Sept. 24

The long-awaited National Museum of African American History and Culture will open on Sept. 24 in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian Institution announced on Monday, the Associated Press reports.

There’s Nothing Wrong With Us

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can view … Continue reading ?

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A perfect announcement for Black History Month:The Smithsonian Institution will open the National Museum of African American History and Culture on Sept. 24 in Washington.Smithsonian chief spokeswoman Linda St. Thomas said Monday that President Barack Obama, the first black U.S. Show More Summary

Black History Month In 2016 Takes Place In Tense Racial Media Climate

Black History Month is a celebrated annual recognition of the contributions that African Americans have made to modern society as well as the past. Their legacy and successes have been against all odds, and now that the current media climate has dug its heels into the celebrated month, some of America’s more famous media personalities... Show More Summary

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