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By New Street Communications, LLC
With an Introduction by Pete Seeger, the latest Kindle edition of David Arkin's classic children's book BLACK AND WHITE provides a beautiful tool for educating young people on the fundamentals of the Civil Rights movement in the United States.
By Detroit Public Library
The Library premieres “The Legacy of Roland Hayes” performed by George Shirley and the Cut Time Players on Wednesday, February 12 @ 7:00 p.m.
By Alzheimer's Association Southeast Florida
Alzheimer’s Association 10 Warning Signs Help Ensure Early Detection and Diagnosis
By African American Expressions
– African American Expressions™ (, the nation’s largest black-owned gift and greeting card company, kicks off Black History month with the release of its much anticipated 2014 Celebrating 365 Days of Black History catalog.
By b condoms
b condoms is excited to honor American entrepreneurship this Black History Month.  b condoms will highlight a group of extraordinary entrepreneurs that transcended their race and overcame adversities in pursuit of their dreams.
By Brand Management Associates
Hangings on a military base, assaults, firefights between black & white solders, no arrests and no newspaper reports. Bodies are missing and cover-ups reach the highest levels of government. Author Justinah McFadden's controversial book goes public.
Premiering February 1st, 2014 Across EPMG United’s Extensive Digital Footprint
By Experience: Harlem
Experience: Harlem, a comprehensive information and entertainment portal for all things Harlem, in partnership with Dwyer Cultural Center and Harlem Development Corporation announces the release of  MONTH OF BLACK, Your Harlem Guide to Celebrating...
By Keith Lorren Spices
“King Of Spice” Introduces Soul Food Spice Collection Just In Time for February’s Black History Month He’s been called The King of Spice, The Sheik of Savory, and The Duke of Delicious.
Beginning February 1st, 2014, there’s a new game in town when it comes to participating in Black History Month. From February 1st to March 2nd, the name of the game is compassionate action. “We’ve come so far. But there’s still work to do.
By Black History Month Parade
An annual celebration of black history that brings together people from all over the world. Held in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr./ Sweet Auburn District a National Historic Landmark located in Atlanta, Georgia.
By Fash Philetta Designs LLC
African inspired clothing designer line "The Cross Over" to debut during highly anticipated Black History Month Benefits fashion show in Houston Texas
By Wish Creative Media & Marketing
Social Media Campaign Launched to Respect, Reflect and Revitalize Atlanta,GA’s Historic Auburn Avenue Through a Series of Events To Take Place During Black History Month - February 2014
By McDonald's
High school students can win a combined total of $5,000 in prizes and gallery exhibit
A Celebration Through Print and Digital Media Showcasing the Influence and Power of the African-American Heritage
By Veux Marketing
New Mercies’ Senior Pastor Jesse Curney, III said the event celebrates Black History Month and honors Paige as “a living legend.”
By Church of Scientology Canada Office
In honor of Black History Month, the Church of Scientology Nashville hosted a program on the roll of Black athletes from the early years of basketball, and launched a new community initiative—City Hoops—aimed at engaging youth through sports.
By Oaks Christian School
The Oaks Christian School's African American Culture Club presented three February 2013 chapels to recognize Black History Month with the theme, "We Are Not Who You Think We Are."
By Salter Entertainment Group
Salter Entertainment Group LLC premieres new short film, “Thank You Dr. King,” in honor of Black History month. The piece has multiple purposes as it educates, uplifts, and sheds light on Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy in the community today.
By ICE Theaters
Celebrating unsung Black films and Black filmmakers for Black History Month. Independent filmmakers and showcased including discussion and audience interaction, moderated by program director Floyd Webb, with local scholars, screenwriters, directors.
By Quality Life Center
The children and teens of Quality Life Center entertain with music, dance and spoken word as pioneers of black history come alive during a Live Museum performance.
By Some People Management
Recording Artist and former 'Idol' finalist Melinda Doolittle released a special recording project this week. Released as a celebration of Black History Month, Doolittle explores the song catalog of James Weldon Johnson.
By PIMOSH Publishing Company
Crunch Bunch does it again, but this time with the release of their new feature film documentary Luvin' My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack) - the first Black History Documentary of its kind combines arts and education makes the learning fun.
By Big Girl Cosmetics
Big Girl Cosmetic’s helps Macy’s on State Street celebrate Black History Month February 14, 2013 on the 7th floor at. 5:30 pm
By The Barry Group
Never Before Seen Whitney Houston Documentary & Behind the Scenes Look at New Edition Round-Up the Second Weekend Dedicated to Some of the Best Musicians in Black History
By stGvePR
Discover why the Month of February is so important to black history and take Time to reach out across the street and into the community to help promote UNITY, FAITH and DIVERSITY.. Kindness with No Strings Attached'......
By PIMOSH Publishing
Feb. 1, 2013 - For Black History Month, People Involved in Motivating Our Students Higher releases Luvin My History: Celebration of Praise (Barack). First Black History Doc of its kind, combines Arts & Education through the eyes of today’s youth.
By Troy University
Troy University and U.S. Postal Service officials will unveil a new historic Forever Stamp honoring civil rights leader Rosa Parks at the site of her famous arrest during a 100th birthday celebration for Ms. Parks on Monday, Feb. 4 in Montgomery, AL.
By The Barry Group
Six Weeks of Celebration of African American Cultural Contributions
By Adelphi University
Dr. Tera W. Hunter, professor of History and African American Studies at Princeton University will speak at Adelphi University on African-American marriage, slavery, and freedom in the 1800s as part of Adelphi’s Black History Month celebrations.

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