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Black History Month Preview
In 1926, Negro History Week began as a commemoration of the African American presence largely ignored in history books. Later in the sixties, that celebration became Black History Month, a time to celebrate and recognize African Americans in American History. Members of BYU's Multicultural Student Services and the Black Student Union give a preview of events on BYU's campus and discuss why America celebrates Black history.—Original airdate: 1/31/2007

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