I Published Fifty Black History Month Stories in February

Did Anyone Read Them?

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I actually published fifty-three but who’s counting? Some were original stories and others were reprints of stories I wrote previously. Perhaps you missed a few? Feel free to scroll down and see if something sparks your interest.

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Stories in this publication will focus on Black History and a little White History that has been distorted. We’ll focus on people and policies and the impact they continue to have on America today.

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William Spivey

William Spivey

I write about politics, history, education, and race. Follow me at williamfspivey.com and support me at https://ko-fi.com/williamfspivey0680

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