47 English & Social Studies Guides for Black History Month 2010 on Shmoop

February is Black History Month!

Shmoop salutes those — from the biggest names to the most ordinary people — who’ve shaped the African American experience over nearly 400 years.

From David Walker to Toni Morrison, from Malcolm X to Jay-Z, we’ve got you covered.

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Featured Music

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7 thoughts on “47 English & Social Studies Guides for Black History Month 2010 on Shmoop

  1. I cannot see any mention of Paul Robeson who took on the US government single-handedly on behalf of African-Americans & humanity as a whole with his songs, acting & writings. He was one of the first Civil rights activists before the main movement started.

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  5. I think the song talked about New York like a normal person would discribe it. It talked about it’s nice lights and about one of New York’s baseball teams the “Yankees”. Talked about the New Yorkers clothing. Over all I think the song is awsome.

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