Black History Month started as “National Negro Week”, created in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson (noted African American historian, scholar and publisher). It became a month-long celebration fifty years later in 1976. The month of Feb. Was chosen to coincide with the birthdays of Frederick Douglas and Abraham Lincoln.
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- The Rams, City Year, Beautify Washington Prep High School
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- Crenshaw Wall to Receive Long-Awaited Renovation
- The Second Annual HBCU Culture Fest Returns to L.A.
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- Exploring the Broader Impact of Howard vs. Hampton HBCU Football Tradition on African American Community and Culture
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