As the first African-American female astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison once said, “Never be limited by other people’s limited imaginations.” The month of February is devoted to African Americans for their significant contributions and accomplishments throughout U.S. history, established when historian Carter G. Woodson proposed Negro History Week. African Americans have had a huge impact on American history and culture through activism on slavery, the Harlem Renaissance and the fields of arts, entertainment, science, politics, sports and several more. The historic achievements of inspiring and prominent figures like Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and President Barack Obama have all played key roles in shaping this nationwide celebration. Check out some amazing publications on Issuu that are highlighting — and making — Black History!
Voices is a collaborative project between FXU, Her Campus and The Falmouth Anchor, providing a platform for students whose voices might previously have been lost in the noise. A multi-channel venture, on and off line, Voices is comprised of impactful events and engaging campaigns.
How are women and non-binary folk portrayed in black history? Is this representation fair? What does this mean to the mediatization of black history month? Black History month is celebrated across the nation. However, it seems to mainly focus on the historical achievements of male activists.
bHM Magazine - The Official Guide to Black History Month UK 2014. bHM Magazine is the official magazine for black history month in the UK. With a foreword / message from the Prime Minister, this informative magazine contains articles, news, information and interviews for you to enjoy.
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