By Summer Thornsberry
Black history month is a national holiday, celebrated every February. Schools will teach about it, television networks will acknowledge it, and African-Americans across the United States will be nostalgic about the contributions of their ancestors in America.
Students may already be working on assignments about black history, but education outside the classroom can be broader and more interactive for the whole family. From slavery to the Harlem Renaissance to the Civil Rights Movement and the current Black Lives Movement, black history is ever-evolving and interesting to explore. Here are some ideas that may help your family learn about black history. Continue reading