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The History Channel presents a video on the history behind Black History Month with numerous links to videos of key events, biographies of famous African Americans, the history of Civil Rights, and much more. The audio and video clips come
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The History Channel presents a video on the history behind Black History Month with numerous links to videos of key events, biographies of famous African Americans, the history of Civil Rights, and much more. The audio and video clips come from many of the influential voices in the Civil Rights movement and provide a living history. Other links take you to information about influential Blacks in all aspects of American life, including politics, the arts, and sports.

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