So Many Ways to Celebrate Black History Month

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I am a white man aged thirty who grew up in a predominantly white area in rural Ohio. My family raised me well and guided me to become a man of morals full of acceptance for others. Yet, growing up race and racism were not talked about much, whether it be at home or in my community. It would not be until my college years that I more diligently pursued education on what racism looked like and sought to educate…




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Charles Beuck

Charles Beuck

Charles writes on art, history, politics, travel, fantasy, science fiction, poetry. BA in Psychology, MA, PhD in Political Science.

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