UNC students say Black history should be celebrated not only in February

By Nike Anifowoshe

A Black History Month event was held in the Pit on UNC’s campus February 25. (Nike Anifowoshe/Carolina Connection)

For 46 years, Black History Month has been officially recognized in the United States. February is often seen as a time to celebrate the accomplishments of the Black community. But some UNC students say more can be done to make sure the recognition of Black culture and contributions goes well beyond a single month.

Nike Anifowoshe reports.

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