This year marks the 39th anniversary that we have been celebrating Black History Month. But as we give profiles, facts and quizzes on prominent men and women of color who have collectively shaped America as we know it today, how much of what we absorb actually help us to gather some sense of identity and belonging amongst ourselves, the community and the world to make it a better place for us all?
That incident that happened last week with the mother using the "N" word on camera was definitely a teachable moment in so many ways. I can remember when I was growing up back in the day, we were taught not to say the “N” word, because it was derogatory.
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