Black History is a month that all Americans should celebrate and recognize the achievements of Afro-Americans, who have changed the course of history for all. There are so many famous African-Americans who have contributed to making the world a better place for all.
Dr. Martin Luther King was a leader of the civil rights, he fought for the rights of Africans American also whites. Martin Luther King is known for his I had a dream speech.
Rosa Park is best known for her famous bus ride in Montogomery Alabama when she refused to give up her seat to a white passager. Parks was arrested and charged with not applying to 6 sections 11 for not giving up her seat to a white person.
Sojourner Truth was once a slave she devoted her life to helping slaves flee from their plantations masters, she helped them find jobs shelter.
There are so many African Americans who have earned their place in history by changing the world for so many Afro-Americans but the unknown is forgotten.
100th of years ago thousands of slaves were ripped from their native land, their families, their sir names and the only language they knew to come to a country they knew nothing about. Slaves were stripped of their pride and dignity by giving them names they were not accustomed to. We celebrate Black History Month remembering important names of African Americans who have made it possible for the changing of History, giving America the first Black president.
Now it's time to remember the unknown who will never be recognized by their true names, some died contributing to the making of America. There are no headstones or graves to some who will never be forgotten.