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ipl2 - Black History Month - Check out a major starting point for exploring black history and culture on the Net with related links to museums, movies and theater, noted black women, Martin Luther King Day, the Amistad Revolt, general histories, timelines, and lots more.

Black History Studies – Educating the community to educate
We are here not only to create a safe environment surrounding youth with facts about black history and culture, but to create a networking opportunity for black businesses and entrepreneurs to invest in one another and improve the black economy.

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Damaris, thank you for following the blog sis!! Its Black History Month so Im doing double time reading and writing in my spare time. Really loved revisiting Sojourner Truths story recently.

Black History Salute 365-24/7
The history wars in Australia are an ongoing public debate over the interpretation of the history of the British colonisation of Australia and development of contemporary Australian society (particularly with regard to the impact on Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders).

Entrepreneurship - Wikipedia
We are the Largest Black owned Business Directory in Canada and growing rapidly all over North America. was created to support black owned businesses and black entrepreneurs.

Many of today’s most influential business founders are of African American heritage. In observance of Black History Month, Entrepreneur is celebrating the drive, accomplishments and

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Facts, Information And Articles About Black History In The United States. Black History Summary: Black history is the study of African American history, …

From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of
Famous Entrepreneurs. Top Business Entrepreneurs ( has lots of profiles of successful and famous entrepreneurs of all nationalities and business backgrounds.

Black History Heroes: Annie Turnbo Malone: A Black
Other photos of late-19th-century black businesses are special not only for the groundbreaking entrepreneurs they depict, but also because the pictures were part of the “American Negro

African American History Month
Building Black History. Read about the Library of Congresss partnership with the National Museum of African American History and Culture to bring a newly-found treasure of African-American history to light.

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