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PBS wants to know how Black History & Culture influences your life, what it means to you, and directly from your point of view.

Tell us about the people, moments and movements that inspire you... through a favorite quote!  Browse our photo gallery for inspiration, and then it's your turn.  Add your quote to the conversation by using the hashtag #MyBlackHistory. 

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Share a Quote with #MyBlackHistory

Now it's your turn! Choose a favorite quote or inspirtional saying. Write it down. Take a picture! And share it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+. Use the hashtag:  #MyBlackHistory. And watch the conversation unfold.  

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