Jump On Board the Our Human Family Black History Month Series

It’s Never Too Late to Learn

Martin Luther King, Jr. and thousands of Voting Rights activists (including Georgia Congressman John Lewis, right) marches toward the Edmund Pettus Bridge.

I have been honored to be selected as the guest editor for the Our Human Family series of stories for Black History Month. Each Sunday during the month of February (the first actually came out on January 31st because we couldn’t wait to get started) a featured writer will give their take on something related to…




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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