"A century ago, Carter G. Woodson fought for the truth about African-American history to be told. He understood that the recognition of African-American history was essential for the recognition of African-Americans, and that recognition was the first step toward the achievement of full citizenship. In his classic work, “The Mis-Education of the Negro,” from 1933, Woodson wrote, “Real...
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The Black History Trump Needs to Learn