What poems are suitable for Black History Month?


Black history month is every February in the United States. The month is set aside for the country to celebrate the achievements of African Americans. Many schools, communities and organizations have special programs where poems for Black History Month can be read. 'Still I Rise' by Maya Angelou, 'A Negro Love Song' by Paul Laurence Dunbar, 'Dreams' by Langston Hughes and 'America' by Claude McKay are great poems that are normally recited on these programs.
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'Why we only get one month'
1. Find out more about the life of one Black American on each day of the month. 2. View video clips of important moments in the history of the Civil Rights movement (see link below)
1. Take the time to get personally acquainted with African American mentors whose contributions help promote good relations at home, in the community and abroad. Ad. 2. Frequent libraries
Stay with me here. I picture a smoky, dark room filled with white politicians circa 1969-1975: "The blacks are getting restless, sir, they demand equality" "Damn it
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Black History Month
National African American History Month, originated as Negro History Week in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson, is observed each February as a time to recognize the contributions of African Americans to the culture at large... More »
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