Celebrating Black History Month

Barnes, Joyce
February 2006
Lesbian News;Feb2006, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p21
This article presents information on several African Americans who deserve to be recognized in the celebration of the Black History Month. Congresswoman Barbara Jordan from Texas become the conscience for justice in the U.S. Other legends include Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, poet and author Maya Angelou, Nobel Prize winners Ralph Bunche and Martin Luther King, Jr.


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