Wednesday, February 11 2015
Too many of us are fearfully ignorant of the significant contributions made by African Americans over the decades, and since 1970, an annual Black History Month has been celebrated in the U.S. in order to bring those achievements into our awareness.
This talk will focus on African-American contributions in the 20th century, steering away from the clichés of athletic prowess and musical entertainment and delving into lesser-known milestones of achievement with a focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), as well as the institutional backbone that supported civil rights progress.
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