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“Our History Today, An African American Journey,” Is produced by the Chicago-based company, The Educational Network. The calendar serves as a national fundraising vehicle for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), showcases 12 such institutions, and lists nearly $1 million in
available scholarships. One of this year’s notable African Americans featured in the calendar includes music legend Aretha Franklin (pictured). Photo by Ryan Arrowsmith

“Our History Today, An African American Journey,” Is produced by the Chicago-based company, The Educational Network. The calendar serves as a national fundraising vehicle for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), showcases 12 such institutions, and lists nearly $1 million in
available scholarships. One of this year’s notable African Americans featured in the calendar includes music legend Aretha Franklin (pictured). Photo by Ryan Arrowsmith

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National Calendar Fundraiser for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, (HBCUs) Features Prominent African Americans

You’ll never know where you’re going, unless you first know where you’ve been. With Black History month rapidly approaching, you can make 2019 an exploration of the richness of the African American community through, “Our History Today, An African American Journey.”