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Hello Friends,

Welcome to the 2018 Our History Today! An African American Journey HBCU Calendar and Resource Guide.  One of the most valuable assets in the fight against oppression and bigotry is education. It is essential that each and every American is educated about the amazing contributions that African Americans have made to our society. We also know that if we give our children a firm sense of self and knowledge of their history, they can dispel the myths, confront stereotypes and rise to achieve great things. This is where The Educational Network strives to make a difference. For 12 years, Our History Today! has brought Black History directly into homes and classrooms nationwide. The product has also served as the only national fundraising calendar for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). With your continued support, we have been able to contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars to HBCUs.

To further advance our mission, The Educational Network is also constantly expanding and improving our dynamic Multicultural Studies program. “Our History, Today, A Multicultural Journey” provides teachers with an arsenal of online tools and lesson plans which enable them to seamlessly incorporate Multicultural Studies, African American History, Latino History, Women’s Studies and STEM directly into their curriculum!

By purchasing this product you are helping us advance our mission to uplift and empower people of color across the country. However, there is still much more work to be done. To help bring Black History to an even wider audience, contact your local school district and encourage them incorporate our resource guide and lesson plans into their curriculum. By working together, we can positively impact these troubling times.

My team and I thank you for your continued support. The Educational Network sincerely values your feedback via phone calls, emails or letters of encouragement. Please visit us on www.BlackHistoryHBCU.com and tell us how we’re doing!

Respectfully,

Tracey D. Alston, President

Educational Network  

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