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Black History Biography of the Day
Friday, March 27, 2015

George Washington
Carver
Early 1860s-1943

Read about George Washington<br>Carver
Though born a slave, his work prospered many in the South.

Black History Review's Article of the Day

Blacks gaining new political vision
by Star Parker

Being a Democrat is in and of itself enough to capture the black vote ... or is it?


This Week's Featured Black History Resources

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Featured Movie

Projects about Plantation Life
Read about Projects about Plantation Life
Have you wanted to do some projects on black history with your fourth through sixth graders but not known where to turn? Projects about Plantation Life may be what you are looking for.
Glory
1990

Read about Glory
In 1863, African-American troops stormed Confederate Fort Wagner for the Union, for equality, and for glory.

Place to Visit

Buffalo Soldier Memorial
Junction City, Kansas

Read about Buffalo Soldier Memorial
A larger-than-life African-American soldier leads his horse westward in tribute to the 9th and 10th Cavalry regiments.




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