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Black History: HBCU's African American Calendar

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The 2015 Black History African American calendar focuses on HBCU's - Historically Black Colleges and Universities. 50 percent of African American professionals and public school teachers received their undergraduate degrees from an HBCU. Today there are 106 HBCUs across the United States graduating 20 percent of all African Americans. Explore the history and early starts of these institutes of higher learning and the history of prominent black sororities and fraternities. All calendars include Black History dates and facts throughout the year.

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Named after the internationally acclaimed film called SANKOFA (produced by the founders). It's symbol, the Sankofa Bird, looks backward with the egg of the future in her beak, constantly checking as she moves into the future. Sankofa Video, Books & Cafe hopes to be a place where thoughtful consideration of the past and future can take place via books and videos and programming that encourage reflection, particularly generated by works by and about people of African Descent. Read More


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