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“Black History Month means celebrating my race, ethnicities, cultures and countries in America today. It means continuing to be educated annually while celebrating our heritage through our church and community fellowships in dance, food, presentation and wearing cultural attire. It means reflecting back on the service of our favorite civil rights activists and celebrating our local and up and coming servants and activists. Mine is Mrs. Rosa Parks. I’m so glad that she sat down and took the stance that she did. Today, I can ride any bus and sit in any seat. That’s celebrating.”

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