Black History Month

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Tuskegee Airman Alex A. Boudreaux Dies Tuskegee Airman Alex A. Boudreaux Dies
Yesterday, family members reported that Alex A. Boudreaux (pictured above in inset), one of World War II's...
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Roland Martin Talks Indelible Moments, Legacy for Black History Month Roland Martin Talks Indelible Moments,
Coining himself the "fresh perspective of the 21st century," political analyst and award-winning journalist...
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Black History 2011: The 6 Best Black Museums To Visit Black History 2011: The 6 Best Black
Do you know how black wealth was created in Maryland? Where Martin Luther King, Jr. first made his 'I Have A...
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Black History 2011: The 6 Best Black

Do you know how black wealth was created in Maryland? Where Martin Luther King, Jr. first made his 'I Have A Dream' speech? Or where you can see the most contemporary creations...
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Black History Month 2011: 20 Top Black

Wondering where to go to celebrate our history this Black History month? Blackvoices.com compiled a list of the top 20 Black museums honoring our culture and achievements through...
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Talib Kweli: Black History Month Should

Rapper Talib Kweli made a mark on hip-hop music with his debut album, "Mos Def and Talib Kweli Are Black Star," in 1998. The conscious Brooklyn rapper also collaborated with...
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Vintage Racist Ads: How Vintage Racist

Negative images of African Americans persist in the media today -- even in "post race" America -- because these images have a long, deep history. Over the many generations that...
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Where Are They Now: Motown Stars

Since its official launch in 1960 Motown records has been responsible for developing some of the most iconic music figures known to grace the face of the earth. Catapulting...
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Chevrolet Presents the 2011 MLK Reading

On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. revealed his dream to America during the historic March on Washington. With feet firmly planted on the steps of the Lincoln...
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In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King's

Oon a windswept corner in St. Louis, Missouri, dozens and dozens of women, men and children gathered for a rally that called for an end to violence that has earned their community...
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