Tell Me More About Black History Tell Me More salutes Black History Month with its series, Tell Me More About Black History. During February, the program travels with writer Kai Wright through centuries of black history and culture, noting contributions of African-Americans to North America. Listen and learn through first-person narratives, music profiles and other features.

MLK Speech On Vietnam Gripped Washington

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The Music Of Africa, By Way Of Latin America

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Election Of Barack Obama Redefined Black History

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Letters From Civil War Era Tell The Price Of Freedom

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Freed Ex-Slaves Found Empowerment Up North

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Middle-Passage History For Modern Times

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