History of Black Month Facts.

Black History Month commemoration of significant events is achievements of African-American population of the United States. This tradition has marked its official beginning in 1976. It is celebrated in February in the United States of America. It celebrates the historic events of 1915, abolished the thirteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution slavery in the United States. Here are some facts Black History Month, which made a big difference for us today.

Turning first Black History Month?
It was Dr. Carter Woodson, who started “Negro History Week” to focus attention and to inform people about their role and contribution of African Americans in U.S. history. Dr. Woodson was an African-American who completed his doctorate at Harvard. He discovered the need to provide a voice for African-Americans who become unfairly depicted and treated in ancient times. He founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History “, 1915, now as an association for the study of African American Life and History known.

Why is Black History Month?
Given the chronology of the African-American history, it was around 1926 that Dr. Woodson, the celebration of Black History Month began in February. He has chosen this month, February was the birthday of two great figures of American history had a great influence on changing social position and status of African Americans. These two personalities were former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln and abolitionist Fredrick Douglass. You know, when Black History Month celebrated in other parts of the world? Well, besides the United States, Black History Month is celebrated in Canada and in February celebrated in Britain in October.

We all want our children the history, know the face of this world is changing. Black History Month is an event so important that everyone should be aware of. Here are some quick facts Black History Month.

Black History Month Children’s Acts
You can spot examples of famous African-Americans who made a contribution to the world in a way that can be understood by children. Here are a few people, the children can relate.

    George Washington Carver (1860-1943) – He was the guy in the world, children’s favorite peanut butter was. So, it’s all because of George Washington Carver, the children of today enjoy their sandwiches, peanut butter so much.
    Madame CJ Walker (1867-1919) – was to come the first African American inventor with hair care and self-made millionaire, was the first woman in North America
    Harriet Tubman (1820-1913) – they won the name of Moses, as it has hundreds of slaves to escape in the northern U.S. and Canada helped.
    Mary Ann Shad (1823-1893) – It was the first black lawyer, and also the first woman newspaper editor in the U.S. It was also the first woman to be a school in Canada, which was designed to be open to all breeds.
    Robert Johnson (1911-1938) – He was the guitarist, the other artists such as Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and BB King inspired.
    Jesse Owens (1913-2005) – He was the first American to win four gold medals in one Olympics. He was to be exposed to racism through school life, but it was still strong and record gold medals at the Berlin Olympics of 1936.
    Rosa Parks (1913-2005) – It is one of the most famous women in American history. She was a woman who stood up for their rights and declined a seat on the bus to a white man sparked the civil rights movement. Rosa Parks to prison for their refusal, but eventually sat down in the case against the state.
    Jackie Robinson (1919-1972) – He was the first black player in Major League Baseball play. Even if he had the wrath of the human face, Jackie Robinson appeared successful, if he awarded the Rookie of the Year for the second season
    Sidney Poitier (1924) – He was the first African American to win an Oscar for best actor in 1963.
    Have practices one of the most influential figures, the rigid teachings of Mahatma Gandhi – Martin Luther King, Jr. (1929-1968). Martin Luther King Jr. led anti-violence demonstrations against racial discrimination, one of which was in Washington.

These are only a few African Americans, a difference made by the first in their field and paved the way for others follow suit. Sometimes the children get to learn these important things need planning fun activities. be assigned here are some ways to help children enjoy Black History Month learning with some fun activities.

Black History Month Ideas for Schools
Enjoy planned activities, taking into account the theme of Black History Month can do a lot for kids to make the meaning of this holiday of course. Black History Month, here are some activities you can plan for pupils in the school.

    Teach your children about African history, traditions, such as food, dance and other traditions. Children can be invited to various activities such as dance, theater, and easy to prepare food to carry out. While this way, they can also learn the importance of culture and influence on mankind.
    You could them a list of inventors whose inventions were African-Americans. You can ask students to read more about the inventor, his inventions and submit to the class.
    Planning some craft activities Notes on life as one big family in the world, regardless of skin color, race, nationality.

These are some ideas for children Black History Month, to help them know the importance of being united.

Black History Month – 2011
planned each year during the month of black history, events and organized. Also this year events such as concerts, charity shows are held around the United States and Canada. Every month is black history year given a topic. In 2010, “The History of Black Economic Empowerment” was. In black history, the 2011 theme is, African-Americans and civil war. You can think of many ideas Black History Month this year is the annual theme.

These facts have been Black History Month to you. It is a wonderful way to commemorate the contribution made by great people. Brush your story and celebrate this month with all enthusiasm.

By Taha Mateen

    

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