Celebrating Alaskan Black History Part III: UAA Student Pushes Black History Curriculum


by Whitney LB Miller

ANCHORAGE -  February marks a time to celebrate and remember influential African Americans, recognizing their role in U.S. history.

To commemorate Black History Month, Your Alaska Link shines a spotlight on achievements made by black Alaskans.

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Celebrating Alaskan Black History Part III : UAA Student Pushes Black History Curriculum

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Dr. Kimberly Handy said on Friday, Feb 15 at 5:01 AM

Excellent coverage of Black History Month. Dr. Kimberly Handy Eagle River High School, Eagle River, Alaska

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