Welcome to the February 8, 2009 edition of 09′ Black History Month Blog Carnival.
This is Week Two – and we’ve got some really great submissions this week. Art, Family, History and Culture are this weeks Headliners. Please be sure to visit each blog by clicking the Title Link. These Authors are worthy of your subscription, and your visits – Trust Us.
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Arts and Artists
Donna Livingston presents African American Art and Life January 2, 2009—February 28, 2009 posted at box of crayons.
DJ Fusion presents BlackRadioIsBack.com TV to Watch: “Adjust Your Color – The Truth About Petey Greene” posted at BlackRadioIsBack.com – Bringing Quality Black Radio & Its Best Intentions 1 Step At A Time.
Tali presents Nina Mae McKinney – The Black Garbo posted at Tali, saying, “Adding another great name to The Pinup Blog’s diverse hall of fame: The first African American movie star, Nina Mae McKinney.”
RE Ausetkmt presents Its Bob Marley Stock 09 w. Organs Live in Amsterdam | BadGalsRadio – RootsRock since 99′ posted at BadGalsRadio Daily Blog, saying, “BOBSTOCK 09′ Happy Earthborn Strong Bob Marley Posted at BadGalsRadio.com. Bob Marley gave us Reggae and Roots Rights – Today WE Give Him the Glory. Happy BOBSTOCK 09′ With Organs in Amsterdam Live 02/04/09.”
Kakie presents Discussing tolerance & differences in biracial families posted at Bur Bur & Friends: Community Park, saying, “Sharing an experience we had as a family while watching the movie “Boycott” on the first day of Black History Month.”
Heroes & Heroines
DJ Fusion presents Happy Black History Month 2009! posted at BlackRadioIsBack.com – Bringing Quality Black Radio & Its Best Intentions 1 Step At A Time.
In addition to being a pioneer in the back-to-Africa repatriation movement, Cuffee led a tax resistance effort for the civil rights of black Americans way back in the 18th century. And the story of the rest of his life shows him to have been a heroic and great-spirited man, and it’s a shame that this anniversary has probably gone mostly unnoticed elsewhere.”
Frank H. Jump presents February is Black History Month – Don’t Forget Our LGBTQ African-Americans & Fading Ad Blog by Frank H. Jump posted at fading ad blog by Frank H. Jump.
Frank H. Jump presents GLBTQ Encyclopedia Looks at the Harlem Renaissance Through a Lavender Lens « Fading Ad Blog by Frank H. Jump posted at fading ad blog by Frank H. Jump.
Elizabeth Kerri Mahon presents Scandalous Women: Lucy Parsons – An American Revolutionary posted at Scandalous Women, saying, “Sorry it’s so old, but still relevant.”
Raymond presents Second Stimulus Check For Obama 2009 Economic Stimulus Package? posted at Money Blue Book.
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