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Black Girl Magic: Wonderful Books for Kids

It’s hard to overstate the need for diversity in children’s literature. Thankfully, there are more great children’s books available that not only have diverse characters but diverse protagonists. That is, non-white characters are not only included as token minority friends of the main character but increasingly are being cast as main characters themselves. To celebrate, here […]

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12 African American Inventors, Activists and Leaders Lost to History

“Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.” – Carter G. Woodson  FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH I can remember sitting in American history class eager to learn and always wondering why Black history was marginalized to only one month

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Mawlid in Africa

Mawlid al-Nabi (Arabic: مَولِد النَّبِي), also called Mawlid, is a festive observance of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by some Muslims. It is a cultural expression, and not a religious obligation or global practice. Due to Islam using a lunar calendar, Mawlid will occur this year on October 29th, 2020. This post will

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10 Interesting Facts About South Carolina

South Carolina is known worldwide for its famous beach called Myrtle Beach.  However, there’s more to the state than our famous beaches. Here are ten interesting facts about South Carolina. 1. Palm Trees South Carolina is known as the Palmetto State. The word “palmetto” means “little palm tree.” It comes from the Spanish word “palmito”

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