Black People : Our Story: It's Not too Early to Think About Black History

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    Black History Month is six months away, but why wait to tell Our Story. I believe there's more to Black history than slavery, civil rights and who was the first Black to do this or that. Starting in September (now) you can read Our Story, a series of articles showing how we have contributed in different areas. Thus when Black History Month proper arrives, we will know we have a lot to celebrate.

    This month's article is about African Americans in literature and introduces the reader to the luminaries of the Harlem Renaissance.

    https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/472414

    Our Story: African Americans in Literature, an Ebook by Rhonda Denise Johnson

    African Americans in Literature is the first in the Our Story series leading up to Black History Month. There's more to Black history than slavery . The Our Story series will explore the contributions African Americans have made in various...
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