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Febone1960.net Black History Month Video Calendar Celebrates The 50th Anniversary of Sit-in Movement and Deaf African Americans



The Febone1960.net Black History Month Calendar is back again for 2010 and this year we invite you to come and take your seat at the lunch counter as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Lunch Counter Sit-In Movement!

The Febone1960.net 2010 Black History Month Calendar traces the roots of an average
African American Family from slavery to present day.

Resembling Alex Haley’s Roots, the Calendar utilizes the Internet and video streaming to show daily video clips during the month of February.

Roots traced the genealogy of Alex Haley’s family back to Africa. This electronic calendar starts the genealogy at slavery. Viewers will learn about the participation of unsung heroes and their impact on the civil rights movement.

The Calendar is again being offered to all schools throughout the World free of charge starting on February 1, 2010. The viewers will be able to view a new clip each day. The viewers can view current day and previously posted clips.

The clips will be available in Spanish and closed captioned for the hearing impaired. We are also paying tribute to the unsung deaf African American heroes/sheroes as we reveal their contribution to the Civil Rights Movement.

This year we have the continued support of the National Education Association (“NEA”), Black Caucus.

We also have the support of several celebrities who have lent their voices to the project by narrating some of the clips. Natalie Cole, Josh Grobin, Angela Bassett, Giancarlo Esposito, Star Jones, En’Vogue, former Secretary of Labor Alexis Herman, Susan Kidd, Chris Matthews, Maureen Dowd,Tamaron Hall, Eugene Robinson Suzanne Malveaux, and Michele Martin are just few of the many celebrities who wanted to support this worthy project.

It is our desire to have the calendar viewed daily by every person within and out of the
United States. Therefore, we ask that you forward this email to all your friends and
family and have them join us each and every day starting February 1, 2010 for the five
minutes video clips.

The general public may also access the calendar free of charge.

All schoolteachers and administrators need to make sure that the video clips will not be
filtered out at their schools. Please contact your media specialist and ask that they
contact the person who is responsible for the computers including the Internet at their

The calendar will accomplish the following:
• Reveal the unsung heroes of African American History
• Encourage African Americans to study their own family history
• Encourage dialog about the rich African American heritage and its’
contribution to American Society

Encourage reading and the utilization on the Internet within the
African American community

Encourage the appreciation and value education

Reveal that African American History is American History.

Please take a look at the summary video and view the 2010 calendar. YOU CLICK DAY ONE (1) TO VIEW SUMMARY VIDEO.

If you would like to link this calendar to your website please contact Sam.

You can also follow us on the Febone Blog for written commentary and twitter for daily discussions.

Please spread the word to everyone on your email list, facebook and my space page as well as your twitter followers and ask that they follow the black history journey from slavery to Obama daily.

Thank you for your anticipated support of the 2010 Febone1960.net Black History Month Calendar.

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