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African Americans have played important roles in the development of the United States; the recognition of their roles in growth and development from a historical perspective is an important step in celebrating the contributions of individuals and the collective changes the African American community has brought about. Read more about Black History Month...

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UMNS Commentary: Black History Month Confronts Untruths, Racism

Annual recognition of the life-giving and life-supporting contributions of African Americans to the United States -- and the world -- through Black History Month is important. It is important because the untruths about the Africans who were brought to this country as slaves, that were promoted and taught as truth, have not yet been purged from the psyches of the people of this nation, black or white. Read More...

 
UMNS Commentary: All Should Celebrate Black History Month
One of the best things about being a lifelong member of the United Methodist Church is the feeling of inclusiveness that I sense. There is an unabashed enthusiasm about recognizing racial diversity. Read More...
 
Previous Black History Month Themepage

Archived Black History Month Articles that have appeared on the GBGM website.  Read more ...

 

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