This is Why Black History is Banned in 2024

12 Jan 2024

Black history is an important part of the greater historical record. Its removal from the curriculum would have a lot of negative consequences. Prohibiting the study of black history would contribute to cultural oblivion. Black people's and communities' experiences, accomplishments, and contributions would be erased. It would also perpetuate historical injustice because accurate records of the past would be unavailable.

Embark on a journey of transformation with me, as we pay homage to our Black forebears and rediscover our global identity through an African perspective. Through stimulating conversations, we'll delve into the intricate weave of African history, culture, and worldview, unveiling their deep significance in our present-day existence. Together, we'll exchange ideas and insights, nurturing a fresh awareness and taking back our shared story.
Let's commemorate the lively legacy and enduring impact of Africa, paving the way for enlightenment and togetherness. Collectively, we can mold a future grounded in comprehension, reverence, and a shared cultural legacy

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