Bio's Celebrate Black History Website


Subjects: Civics, English / Language Arts, History, Social Studies
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Source: Bio

Bio's Celebrate Black History Website

In honor of Black History Month, AETN's Biography Channel has updated its Celebrate Black History website to include a wealth of new content including an interactive timeline, the Fact of the Day (one for every day of the year), a new Black History crossword puzzle, four new photo galleries, original mini-bio videos and several full Biography episodes. Access individual biographical pages through the Notable Biographies page, which profiles 400 prominent Black Americans from poet Maya Angelou to activist Andrew Young, Jr.

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