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The father of Black history, Carter G. Woodson helped to define African-American history with "The Journal of Negro History."
Celebrated Black historian and educator Carter Godwin Woodson was born in New Canton, Virginia.
The event once known as “Negro History Week” has expanded and continues to draw attention to achievements that might otherwise be overlooked.
Hank Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s major league baseball record, hitting his 715th home run in Atlanta Stadium.
More than a million Black people weren't accounted for in 1940, and according to records, trailblazing athlete Althea Gibson didn't even exist.
Many are resisting the term African-American by holding on to a name from the past: "Black."