The Man Who Would End Black History Month

The Man Who Would End Black History Month

The Man Who Would End Black History Month

It’s an inevitable question as Jan. 31 rolls into Feb. 1: Do Americans still need to celebrate Black History Month? For a black person, questioning the tradition’s existence may sometimes be considered akin to turning in your black card, jokes filmmaker Shukree Hassan Tilghman in his new documentary, More Than a Month.

Read an interview with the filmmaker in The Root.

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