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Lee Daniels’ ‘The Butler’ – A Necessary and Compelling Film for Black History Month

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I invite you to sit down and watch Lee Daniels’ 'The Butler', and once you have experienced the film, I doubt you will ever question why we have a month devoted to black history. Read More »

Interview: F.W. Abel, author of ‘Deeds of a Colored Soldier during the Rebellion, Volume 1: From the Beginning to Chickamagua’


"I hope this will appeal to young adult readers, as it is about a teenager functioning not only in the adult world, but one engaged in a bitter war." Read More »

Book Review: Getting Out of Dodge City by Dr. Clifton E. Marsh

A chronicle of a black American family spanning from 1821 to the 1960s. Read More »

Celebrating Black History Month: A Teacher’s Perspective

A teacher celebrates Black History Month with a hopeful attitude about building relationships with students. Read More »

What’s Wrong With Black History Month?

Black History Month is a good idea, but could it be better? Read More »

DVD Review: Lives That Changed the World: Nelson Mandela

Entry level personal insights on the impact Nelson Mandela made both on history and on the lives of those around him. Read More »