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Black History & Culture

Black HIstory Month

Carter G. Woodson Memorial: Washington, DC

Carter G. Woodson Memorial: Washington, DC. DC Department of Parks and Recreation.

The scholar Carter G. Woodson, who’s known as “the father of black history” and the creator of what would become Black History Month, dedicated his life’s work to promoting the study of black people and their accomplishments.

Poydras, Myles. (February 28, 2020). Books Briefing: The Uncut History of Black Life. The Atlantic.

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What are Secondary Sources? 

Content created after the time of an historical event that interprets or provides perspective outside of firsthand experience. Can include memoir, biography, bibliography, reference books, articles, news, criticism, commentaries, textbooks, indexes.

Some of the sources listed may also provide access to primary sources such as those described in the Primary Sources page of this guide.

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