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Black History Month: Liberation Agenda

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ASAR Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the multi-talented scholar who was the main driving force for it's birth, "dreamed" of the time when the annual Black History "celebration as we presently know it would no longer exist.

He envisioned the sons and daughters of Africa taking a deep and purposeful plunge into the depths of our history and emerging with an undying appreciation and reverence for the truth, beauty and goodness it embodies. 

He envisioned US developing an absolute conviction that WE OURSELVES MUST ALWAYS be about the business of imparting that information and inspiration to our children (to our whole people), in order to accelerate the process of liberating ourselves from systematic miseducation (de-education) and restoring ourselves to our traditional greatness.

Dr. Woodson spoke confidently of that "beautiful history" inspiring and empowering us to write an evermore beautiful future throughout the evolving generations of our lives.

Join us, as we visit and revisit a variety of items on the agendas of our lives throughout the world African community to determine our progress (or lack of it) toward the realization of Dr. Woodson's vision.