THE FATHER OF BLACK HISTORY MONTH:
Dr. Carter Goodwin Woodson 1875-1950
For decades African Americans and others have either heard of or passively celebrated “Black History Month”. However, it seems that not many people understand how and why the United States Government decided to make it a formal period of celebration. This is one of many powerful lessons of history that can offer positive examples for at-risk youth throughout Urban America.
Join TALK-STRAIGHT host, Rev., Dr. Rueben Dockery as he shares the meaning and intended purpose of Black History Month and offer some lessons for proactive change in the life of misguided people, both White and Black!
The case study of the Father of Black History Month Dr. Carter Goodwin Woodson
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