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Black History Month 2022


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Black History Month | All You Need to Know | Newsround

Newsround #blackhistorymonth #blackhistory #blackpride Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ It's officially October so that means many people around the UK will be celebrating Black History Month. It's a time for people from all backgrounds to enjoy and acknowledge the amazing things black people have achieved.

Best thing about being Young, Black and British | Black History Month | Newsround

Fun Cartoon on Dr.Martin Luther King Jr for Kids! Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Bio: Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month with a mini biography on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for kids. Here's a cool way to start the conversation for elementary school, junior & high school students on an iconic Civil Rights Leader. Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, COMMENT AND SHARE!!!!

Princess K's Black History Heroes | CBeebies

To watch more CBeebies visit - CBeebies friend Princess K tells us all about her historical heroes from black history. Learn more about Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King, Bob Marley, and Princess K modern-day hero Stormzy!

BBC Our Black History Heroes, Series 1, Mary Seacole

Uploaded by Sectie Engels CSG Prins Maurits on 2021-05-24.

Olaudah Equiano | Black History Month for Kids

It's Black History Month in the UK and Little crowns Storyhouse are celebrating our Black British Heroes. Olaudah Equiano is this weeks Black British Hero!

Black History for Kids: The Windrush Generation

Black History for Kids: The Windrush Generation In 1948, after the Second World War, the British government decided that they needed immigrants to rebuild their economy as well as to help rebuild their war-torn country. At that time, from the Caribbean, there was a massive migration of people from various islands to England.