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    Black History Is All Around Us

    Feb 17, 2014

    Keyannie Norford

    February is Black History Month, the shortest month of the year, but nevertheless a month where African Americans can celebrate the history and successes of other African Americans, past and present. Yet even today, our k-12 public schools seem intent on keeping Black history to a minimum.
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    george washington carver

    Black History Is All Around Us

    Feb 17, 2014

    Keyannie Norford

    February is Black History Month, the shortest month of the year, but nevertheless a month where African Americans can celebrate the history and successes of other African Americans, past and present. Yet even today, our k-12 public schools seem intent on keeping Black history to a minimum.
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    Why Our Names Matter

    Feb 05, 2014

    Asani Shakur

    What vision was set before you? In African customs and traditions before the Europeans colonized us, our ancestors gave names to their children that held value. Names not only represented one’s identity but also a promise, a vision, and expectations for that child to follow as they grew in life.
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    20120116-roots-promo-3-592x333

    Why Our Names Matter

    Feb 05, 2014

    Asani Shakur

    What vision was set before you? In African customs and traditions before the Europeans colonized us, our ancestors gave names to their children that held value. Names not only represented one’s identity but also a promise, a vision, and expectations for that child to follow as they grew in life.
    Continue to Richmond Pulse