Black History Month
Black History Month began in 1926 as “Negro History Week” and evolved to its current iteration when President Gerald Ford had “Black History Month” federally recognized on the 200th anniversary of the United States in 1976.
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Google Doodle - February 1, 2020
February 1's Google Doodle depicts the "Greensboro Four," who protested racial segregation through a sit-in movement at the Woolworth's lunch counter during the civil rights movement. You can learn more about the diorama and its artist by clicking HERE.