The Black History Month of Tomorrow


In the present cultural moment where “Black Lives Matter” and “Black Girl Magic” are at the forefront of discussions centering on African American recognition and achievement, there is also a larger societal shift occurring that may mark this time period as one that not only permanently reshapes the idea of Black History month, but also Blackness as a whole.

The level at which race has surfaced, and the manner in which some people have become uncomfortable is arguably the best thing to happen to America in centuries. The way in which we finish this decade, and even this year will have a resounding impact on the way Blackness is perceived and accepted in the future.

Changing the story is hard work, and it’s not an overnight task, but it can be accomplished with persistently loud voices that challenge the mainstream in ways that lead to progressive, cumulative, collective success.

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