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Black History Month
This month we highlight Britannica’s extensive coverage of African Americans by focusing on individuals who have made a significant contribution in a particular field. While the work of some, such as Martin Luther King, Jr., is well known, the achievements of others are less heralded. Click on the links below to explore Britannica’s coverage of these individuals, who represent many different professions and interests.

Black History Month
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Rosa Parks
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Tuskegee Airmen




Britannica e-books
The Black Experience in America

The Black Experience in America

This book details the historic deeds that redefined the American landscape since the 1940s, examining the explosion of creativity that ensued in the areas of literature, music, and sports as African Americans explore new opportunities and prospects. Preview this e-book now. E-mail us at contact@eb.com to learn more.

Check out our new blog on info.eb.com!
Check out the new Britannica Blog for Educators and explore topics covered in the classroom and library plus key education trends. Recent entries cover Black History Month and the Olympics, complete with lessons plans and classroom content!  Visit the Britannica Blog at info.eb.com/blog.

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