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From the Archives: Black History Month

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Editor’s note: In honor of The Observer’s 40th Anniversary and the ways we have changed and grown in the past four decades, we are taking a tour through selected moments in our archives. The collection below highlights some of The Observer’s past articles covering Black History Month and related events at Fordham. These articles, in chronological order, and any accompanying images appear as they were originally published in The Fordham Observer and have not been altered in any way. Any views or opinions expressed therein were those of the authors at the time and do not necessarily reflect those of the current staff of The Observer Volume XLI. For more content, you can visit The Observer’s digital archive here, and you can read our more recent issues here.

Read The Observer’s most recent Black History Month coverage here.

“Julian Bond on Blacks and Rights”
“African Heritage Celebrated Through Art”
“Power to the People!”
“Celebrating Black History Month”
“The Future Figures of Black History Month”
“Fordham Fails Black Students”

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