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Protecting Black Life
www.protectingblacklife.org
by Arnold M. Culbreath

 We’ve reached another Black History Month in America. The month of February is a time to pause and consider the accomplishments Black Americans have made and continue to make in our nation. Our minds often reflect upon the positive examples of historical icons such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglas, Sojourner Truth, Rosa Parks and many others past and present. Black History Month is certainly a time to celebrate.

However, as pleasant as it to reflect upon the positive accomplishments of Blacks in history, gleaning what we can from them, I think we owe it to ourselves to periodically ponder ugly and uncomfortable deeds done by individuals and extract the lessons we can learn from them as well.


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