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Black History seems to have been delegated to one month of the year. Black History seems to be an afterthought in the United States. Why is Black History missing from many of our schools which service a large American population of people considered black? Why is Black History not a part of the curriculum of the school systems? Why is Black History not important?
Black history is an important part of the history of black people in America and America Itself. The enslavement of black people for centuries help to build this great country of America. The blood, sweat, and tears of these people who were not considered American citizens at the time should not be ignored in the teaching of this history to all Americans. The history books appear to be biased in not teaching of the great contributions of black people to this country. The reality of the life endured by black people cannot be captured in one month.
Without Black history the truth cannot be told as it should. Let Black children know their history. Let them know that their ancestors made more contributions than a month’s worth. Let them know that there were many Martin Luther Kings, and George Washington Carver’s. Let them know that many of the contributors were nameless, but no less worthy. Let them know that we had a history of riches and wealth before we were enslaved. Black history earned its place in the history books, the classroom, and in the fabric of life in America.
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