Sep 14, 2007

German Schools and Universities Don't Teach Black History

Bill shared this with me from his friend Jörg Wolf's blog, Atlantic Review:

Every February, millions of Americans and Canadians celebrate Black History Month, sometimes referred to as African-American History Month or African Heritage Month. While the month-long series of events discusses oppression and prejudices against people of color, the main aim is to recognize the rich history and culture and significant contributions to society made by people with African heritage.

Germany has a long black history, but only few people know about it and it is not taught in school. Read on here.

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