Each year during Black History Month we reflect on the contributions African Americans are making to our great country. It’s become customary this month be used to galvanize African Americans around the issues disproportionately impacting our community.
African-Americans have always been a strong and resilient people – so I have no doubt that despite the numerous challenges facing our community today, we can also take on another that is more than deserving of our time during this month of reflection and mobilization.
- Uplifting African-American foster youth (thegrio.com)
- Plastic Surgery is on the Rise Amongst African Americans (aboutplasticsurgery.com)
- Rhonda A. Lee and Michaela Angela Davis discuss natural hair on the job: ‘It’s the last piece in a racial puzzle’ (habariganiamerica.com)
- African-American Children for Adoption Highlighted During Black History Month (wctv.tv)
- New report: Fewer African-American deaths from cancer (thegrio.com)
- Samsung Calling: The Electronic Giant Targeting African American Smartphone Consumers (madamenoire.com)
- Black women and breast cancer: Why are African-American women more likely to die of the disease? (habariganiamerica.com)
- Grio books: Great reading for the start of Black History Month (thegrio.com)
- Young Africans in America on a mission to rebrand homeland (habariganiamerica.com)