February is a time to celebrate Black History Month.
To go back
in time and come face to face with the strength, courage, pride and intelligence of our beautiful African and African-American
We must not forget the struggles they have endured to pave a brighter
future for us.
We must re-discover black history and share it with our children.
Show them the great efforts that these phenomenal role models have and still are making
toward the differences that stood before us.
Check out the list of museums and
take a day or two to pay them a visit.
Encourage our children to think about
being creative and use their talents to make a change.
After all, they are the
leaders of the future and it’s important to learn of their past in order to pave a way for a brighter tomorrow.