Black History Month Theme 2016

Black History Month 2016 Theme -  "Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories"


Black History Month Theme


The Negro in History
1927 Negro Accomplishments
1937 American Negro History from the Time of Importationfrom Africa up to the Present Day
1938 Special Achievements of the Race: Oratory, Drama, Music, Painting, Sculpture, Science and Inventions
1939 Special Achievements of the Race: Religion, Education, Business, Architecture, Engineering, Innovation, and Pioneering
1940 Negro Labor
1941 The Career of Frederick Douglass
1942 The Negro in Democracy
1943 The Negro in the Modern World
1944 The Negro and the New Order
1945 The Negro and Reconversion
1947 Democracy Possible only Through Brotherhood
1948 The Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth
1950 - Outstanding Moments in Negro History
1951 Eminent Negroes in World Affairs
1952 Great Negro Teachers
1953 Negro History and Human Relations
1954 Negro History: A Foundation for Integration
1955 Negro History: A Contribution to America's Intercultural Life
1956 Negro History in an Era of Changing Human Relations
1957 Negro History
1959 Negro History: A Foundation for a Proud America
1961 Freedom and Democracy for the Negro after 100 years (1861-1961)
1962 Negro History and a New Birth of Freedom
1963 Negro History Evaluates Emancipation (1863-1963)
1964 Negro History: A Basis for the New Freedom
1965 Negro History: Freedom's Foundation
1966 Freedom from Racial Myths and Stereotypes Through Negro History
1967 Negro History in the Home, School, and the Community
1968 Negro History and the Fourteenth Amendment
1969 Creating a New Image of Afro America through History
1970 15th Amendment and Black America in the Century (1870-1970)
1971 African Civilization and Culture: A Worthy Historical Background
1972 African Art, Music, Literature: A Valuable Cultural Experience
1973 Biography Illuminates the Black Experience
1974 Helping America Understand
1975 Fulfilling America's Promise: Black History Month
1976 America for All Americans
1977 Heritage Days: The Black Perspective; the Third Century
1978 Roots, Achievements and Projections
1979 History: Torch for the future
1980 Heritage for America
1981 Black History: Role Model for Youth
1982 Afro American Survival
1983 Afro Americans in the United States
1984 Afro Americans and Education
1985 Afro American Family
1986 Afro American Experience: International Connection
1987 Afro Americans and the Constitution from ColonialTimes to the Present
1988 Constitutional Status of Afro Americans in the 21st Century
1989 Afro Americans and Religion
1990 Carter G. Woodson
1991 Educating America: Black Universities and Colleges, Strengths and Crisis
1992 African Roots Experience New Worlds, Pre-Columbus to Space Exploration
1993 Afro-American Scholars: Leaders, Activists and Writers
1994 Empowering Black Americans
1995 Reflections on 1895: Douglass, Du Bois & Washington
1996 Black Women
1997 African Americans and Civil Rights; a Reprisal
1998 Black Business
1999 The Legacy of African American Leadership for thePresent and the Future
2000 Heritage and Horizons: The African American Legacyand the Challenges for the 21st Century
2001 Creating and Defining the African American Community: Family, Church Politics and Culture
2002 The Color Line Revisited: Is Racism Dead?
2003 The Souls of Black Folks: Centennial Reflections
2004 Before Brown, Beyond Boundaries: Commemorating the50th Anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education
2005 The Niagara Movement: Black Protest Reborn, 1905-2005
2006 Celebrating Community: A Tribute to Black Fraternal, Social, and Civic Institutions
2007 From Slavery to Freedom: Africans in the Americas
2008 Carter G. Woodson and the Origins of Multiculturalism
2009 The Quest for Black Citizenship in the Americas
2010 The History of Black Economic Empowerment
2011 "African Americans and the Civil War"
2012 "Black Women in American History and Culture"
2013 "At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality: The Emancipation Proclamation and the March on Washington"
2014 "The Golden Jubilee of the Civil Rights Act"
2015 "A Century of Black Life, History and Culture"

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