Black History Month 2016

Multiple Authors

Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, early August 2014 sparked a complicated and explosive year full of protest that spilled over into 2015. From Freddie Grey’s death in Baltimore to Sandra Bland’s suicide, controversial and suspicious events peppered the news and ignited concerns. With rising awareness toward race relations, 2016 holds promises for communities to heal and work together to build a better future.
Join Bearing News this February to celebrate influential leaders in the African American Community, learn about Civil Rights Movement and explore discrimination in today’s society. Hover over the blinking dots on the infographics below to receive more information and direct quotes from students.[vc_empty_space][TS-VCSC-Vimeo content_vimeo=”″][vc_empty_space][TS_VCSC_VCWidget_Output widgets_id=”281673″ custompost_name=”Black History Month Week 1″][vc_empty_space][TS_VCSC_VCWidget_Output widgets_id=”282136″ custompost_name=”Black History Month 2nd Week”][vc_empty_space][TS_VCSC_VCWidget_Output widgets_id=”282380″ custompost_name=”Black Power”][vc_empty_space][TS_VCSC_VCWidget_Output widgets_id=”282634″ custompost_name=”Black Lives Matter”][vc_empty_space][TS_VCSC_VCWidget_Output widgets_id=”281868″ custompost_name=”Real Black History Month”]