My Bucket List Top 5 for Black History Month

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With Black History Month around the corner, I thought I’d share my bucket list for places I’d like to visit to commemorate the greatAmerican contributions from Americans of African descent to this country’s culture and history. Historic sites abound related to Black History, and what I’ve listed below are the ones on my list. After you finish reading my bucket list, I invite you to add your favorites in the comments. Let’s get started!

#1 Little Rock Central High School (Little Rock, AR)

My list begins with the Little Rock Central High School. This National Historic Site with the National Park Service technically shouldn’t be on my bucket list given that I’ve been there twice already. However, I plan to keep going back, thus, on the list it remains.

Little Rock Central High School was the scene of the September 1957 showdown between President Eisenhower’s federal troops and the…

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