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Is Black History Month Outdated with Obama’s Re-election as President

Has Black History Month met its end with the re-election of Barack Obama? One could make a solid case for calling a halt to the month of February as an official celebration of the achievements of Black Americans, since many of the injustices of the past have died away along with the perpetrators. In the 21st Century should not the ...

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Tonight on the Dark Side with Kira Davis

2/19/12 – tonight on the Dark Side we’ll talk about Santorum’s Michigan surge and what it means to Mitt; Black History Month; and what exactly is Obama’s plan for America? Plus, I’ll make my totally accurate predictions for the upcoming week in news. Tune in to the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio tonight at 10pm ET, 7pm Pacific.

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The Importance of Strengthening the Modern Day Black Family

As we celebrate and acknowledge the significance of Black History Month, we remember those who paved the way for success and progress among the black community. We remember the dream of Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote racial equality and to eradicate poverty and injustice. We remember the bravery and courage of Rosa Parks that ignited the Civil Rights Movement. ...

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