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February in Obamamerica

This February marks the 37th year that the US government officially celebrates Black History Month. Designated as a time to acknowledge the oft-ignored contributions of black Americans in building history, the month, in recent years, has been criticized by many white Americans. Many question the notion that black Americans need a “special” month, claiming that it signifies unfair and preferential ...

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