Black History Month From Rosa Parks' Bus Seat

So you think we don't need Black History Month? Then you clearly don't get American history period. The revisionists aren't the ones teaching black history, they're the ones who wrote it out in the first place. Slavery, segregation, Jim Crow stole an entire peoples' past. Black History Month can't replace that. But might help heal wounds and renew the future. It revives traditions, restores voices and reinvests in the heritage that was denied. I've always felt intense solidarity with oppressed and marginalized, particularly black American brothers and sisters. But recently, I experienced it in a new way. I sat in Rosa Parks' bus seat.  For Black History Month, Learn Jim Crow Lessons From Rosa Parks' Bus Seat

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