Black History Month is observed each February as, "...an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history" (history.com). Learn more about and honor the unique, enduring accomplishments of black individuals and communities with these programs, materials, and online resources.
Readers of all ages can join the Black History Month reading challenge. Record your reading progress and complete activities in Beanstack to earn badges.
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This February, access Black Water Rising by Attica Locke instantly, no holds or waiting required. Set in Texas in 1981, this mystery tells the story of Jay Porter, an African American lawyer who gets drawn into a murder investigation after jumping into a bayou to save a white woman from drowning.