Dr. Carter G. Woodson, innovator and pioneer in African-American history also known as, “The Father of Black History” founded Negro History week in 1926. It all started with seeing his parents and family struggle as slaves in his early ages, he then vowed to make something out of his culture and that he did, earning his PhD from Harvard was just the beginning for Dr.Woodson. If it wasn’t for Dr. Carter G. Woodson there would be no early stages of Black History Month, soon after 1926 in 1976 Negro History Week later expanded to Black History Month.
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This month marks a special place in all of America hearts as we acknowledge our African-American Ancestors for their bravery, drive and dedication to make this world a better place. We’ve reached greater heights, broken records, and stood fearless throughout trials and tribulations. This month does not define us as a group of people or minorities this month glorifies our strengths, each and everyday located on #cachetalks you will receive a new Historical Black Month Fact. Contact me for any suggestions @useyourcache