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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 who have or are currently making a positive impact in your community!  Share personal stories, photos, historical moments, museum exhibits, it can be anything or anyone who inspires leadership around you. Add to the conversation by using the hashtag #BlackHistoryPBS.

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Share Your History with #BlackHistoryPBS

Over the four weeks in February we celebrated the inspirational voices in your community! We highlighted the four groups below but we really celebrated everyone:

  • Artists & Musicians
  • Community Leaders
  • Women
  • Educatiors

Continue to write posts, take pictures and share on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+. Use the hashtag:  #BlackHistoryPBS. And watch the conversation unfold!

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