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Black History is Black Love

When you know where you are from, you know who are you are. When you know who you are, you find your
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Black History is Black Love
By The Afropole • Issue #57 • View online
When you know where you are from, you know who are you are. When you know who you are, you find your purpose. Black History Month is more than a celebration of the Black journey, it is a time to have a deeper understanding of our identity and the glass ceilings that were not so easily broken for us to be here. With that kind of information at your fingertips, how can you go wrong?

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Culture Spotlight on African-Caribbean Association, All-State University
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Discover the Minimalist Designs of Nigerian-Owned Fashion Label NASO
Acclaimed author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to speak at Penn’s 264th Commencement
Black History Month : How does black hair reflect black history?
The Best Black Hairstyles of All Time on the Red Carpet
Willie O'Ree, The First Black NHL Player, Discusses Playing Without A Helmet And Growing Up In Hockey
Now Go and Be Great!
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