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1st & 2nd Meet Romare Bearden

Black History Month means focusing on a black artist, both 1st and 2nd grades learned about on of my favorite artist from the Harlem Renaissance, Romare Bearden! 86 more words

Art Education

The Baltimore Uprising: my fire next time P2

*In a unique offering this month, Part 1 of this blog post about my experience watching my two sons protest during the Baltimore Uprising, will be offered on the Maryland Humanities Council… 2,316 more words

My First Ever Experience with Racism

I wanted to make this video to talk about how I learned about racism, and why I am so passionate about calling out discrimination. 50 more words

Racism

Pride and Prejudice

February is Black History Month: a time when we honor the achievements of black people in America, we remember how much they’ve gotten screwed over throughout history, and we realize that in having a month dedicated to it, we’re effectively marginalizing all of black culture into only one month’s worth of significance. 3,961 more words

Book Club: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass

The Definition of Black This scene from Spike Lee’s Malcolm X came to mind when I was reading the preface by William Lloyed Garrison and Letter from Wendell Phillips, Esq. 29 more words

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Celebrating African American History

Valentine’s Day is one of the most eventful days in February, where students went crazy buying gifts for their loved ones and taking them on spontaneous dinner-and movie dates (I’m talking  about the guys). 542 more words

Editorials

HeLa (2/8/1951)

My husband just bought the Steph Curry 2.0 Black History Month basketball shoes. (Really he bought them because he liked the colors and the fact that they were Steph Curry’s.) After they came in the mail, we noticed that there was a date on the end of the shoelace. 560 more words

Black History Month