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BHM Feels Different This Year.

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We’re on the 9th day of February, marking the 9th day of Black History Month, aka African Liberation Month. In the wake of the BLM movement in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic, the Capitol Riot on January 6th, Biden’s presidency, and other events Black History Month is feeling different this year to me, and I’ve noticed I’m not alone in that.




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