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By Sonorous Records Inc.
This year we will be releasing a series of previously unreleased recordings as part of our Legacy Gospel Project.
By The Ovation Agency
Jarrett Johnson and Alvin Chea (of Take 6) speak on the renewed relevance of the Black National Anthem beginning February 16th
By Planting People Growing Justice
Books are a key element in promoting diversity, particularly for children. It's critical that they see characters that look like them in the material they read.
By Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc.
Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., (JCP) of Johnson City, Tennessee is proud to announce their featured Black History Month books, God's Grace and Mercy Are With Me Always by Cynthia M.
By Go Against the Current
Go Against the Current™ will release their monochromatic style baseball shirts with proceeds from sales benefitting the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) located in Kansas City, Missouri.
By Planting People Growing Justice
In celebration of Black History Month, WCCO Radio is highlighting Black Minnesota leaders, along with systemic issues of race and social justice that continue to plague society. One of the individuals featured in the series was children's author, Dr.
By Jacksonville Children's Chorus
The Jacksonville Children's Chorus honor's the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in their 12th Annual "Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing" Virtual Performance.
By Masters Podcast Club
In honor of Black History Month, Winn Claybaugh's MASTERS Podcast takes a different perspective as Winn interviews braid specialist Kamilah ("Ms. Hair and Humor") and beauty industry leader and school owner NeCole Cumberlander
UKW MEDIA brings you the best of multicultural family entertainment!
By Impact Humanities
Marching up New York City's Fifth Avenue on a chilly February 17th 1919, 1,200 men of the 369th Infantry Regiment, represented victors over a foreign enemy and soldiers for equality.
By Strat-O-Matic
Celebration of 101st Anniversary of the Negro Leagues, Continued Donation For Every Negro League Product Sale, Three Added NLB Seasons Highlight Pact
By L.A.I. Communications
Celebrated Off-Broadway Show on the Life of Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Opens New Theater Festival
By WA Public Relations Company
Black Spectrum Theatre, Inc. Announces Black Spectrum Home Video Series for Black History Month and year-round subscription of its Home Video Series.
By Events To Remember
The Society, Incorporated, Renaissance Chapter will host its inaugural virtual event "Celebrating Culture Beyond The Stage: A Black History Month Virtual Benefit Featuring Youth in the Arts," on Saturday, February 6th from 12 noon EST to 1 pm.

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