[col. writ. 2/13/14] © ’14 Mumia Abu-Jamal
Every year, Black History is celebrated, from coast-to-coast.
Great Black names are recalled, their exploits praised, and February, the shortest month, staggers to an end.
But what shall we say today?
A month may come and go, but for millions of young Black people, they’ll know less and less, year by year.
That’s because they have no idea about ...