Popular Black History Month References

Boy with notebook  Learn about the origins of Black History Month (February) and explore important people and events in African-American history with these references for kindergarten through twelfth grade. Students will learn about the creation of Kwanzaa, the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, and more. Discover the lives of civil rights activists, athletes, musicians, and writers through biographies. You'll find information on the Harlem Renaissance, Kwanzaa, and affirmative action. References on the Gettysburg Address and the Emancipation Proclamation will help familiarize students with historical speeches.

 

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