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Celebrating Black History Month - Free Shipping on 50+ Influential Records

Black artists have made astounding contributions to music, including creating some of the most popular genres of music we listen to today. From the earliest remnants of the Blues to the Futuresoul sounds of tomorrow, we’ve got the full spectrum of Black music on… 490 more words

Little Known Black History Fact: George Edwin Taylor

While most history books point to Shirley Chisholm as the first Black person to run for the office of the President of the United States, the honor actually belongs to the son of a former slave. 281 more words

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Allstate Celebrates The Bennus For Its 'Worth Telling' Campaign

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Allstate Insurance’s Worth Telling campaign spotlights the accomplishments of 10 African-Americans who are inspiring and encouraging others in a myriad of fields including art, education, health, science, music and entrepreneurship. 96 more words

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Bridging The Gap – Revolution Music Then & Now

Music can be considered the soul of protest.

Black liberation movements have long relied on music to inspire, to heal, to motivate, and to challenge the status quo while adding to the richness of Black culture. 408 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: Lonnie Carmon

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Ohio, often referred to as the birthplace of aviation, has battled with North Carolina over that distinction for many years. But for pioneering aviator… 332 more words

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Angela Robinson Reads A Powerful Excerpt From Maya Angelou's "Still I Rise"

Angela Robinson from The Haves and the Have Nots swung by our studios to read a portion of Maya Angelou’s Still I Rise. The triumphant poem is political yet so very personal to the struggles that African-Americans are facing. 116 more words

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