We Begin with History: Is Black History Month Still Relevant? - Tribute to Carter G. Woodson: Black History Month Or African-American History Month Or U.S. History

We Begin with History: Is Black History Month Still Relevant? - Tribute to Carter G. Woodson: Black History Month Or African-American History Month Or U.S. History

by Joseph J. Charles

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Overview

"We Begin with History: Is Black History Month Still Relevant? - Tribute to Carter G. Woodson: Black History Month Or African-American History Month Or U.S. History" is mainly a Black History Month program containing a very important speech on the subjects and objects of history prepared for a luncheon and various oeuvres/works from well-known African American poets such as Langston Hughes and Haitian writers/poets. "We Begin with History..." will help you answer some interesting questions about the relevance of Black History Month celebration etc.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014518659
Publisher: How To Live Before You Die Poetry and Speech Perfo
Publication date: 04/16/2012
Series: How to live before you die, Life's Business Principles , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 54 KB

About the Author

Mr. Charles is the author of "Freedom Rides to Sweet Magnolia....Eyes on the Prize.." He contributes at poetrybusinessblog.blogspot.com and http://learnfrenchonlinefree.libsyn.com

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