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Celebrating Black History Month

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we are celebrating Black History Month! It has been a long road for Black people in America and we still have a long way to go, but there has been tremendous progress made from the early 1900's to the 2020's. The very foundation of the United States was built off the back of Black slaves who provided free labor, by force! We can open up the history books and visit way too many horror stories of Black men, women and children being mistreated, abused, assaulted and murdered. The history of this country is a very dark one indeed. This is the reason the phrase "Make America Great Again" is so offensive to Black people, because the further you go back, the worse they had it.

We found it very important to have a show celebrating Black History Month to pay homage to all of the heroric Black legends that came before us, so tonight is a special one. We have audio of speeches from some of the greatest Black speakers of all-time and we will be sharing these great speeches with you throughout the show. That's right, we have speeches from: Malcom X, Martin Luther King, James Baldwin, Marcus Garvey, and former president Barack Obama! Oh yes, this is gonna one for the ages!

Legendary Black speakers, protestors and leaders paved the way for the current American Blacks to have the lives they have now. You like that nice car you drive around every day? Loving your nice house you bought out in the suburbs? Do you appreciate the great career you have that helps you provide for yourself and your Black family? Well you can think former Black activists, speakers and point blank, Black leaders for the lives you have now and because of that, we must never forget and always acknowledge their sacrifice and greatness.

Well that's what tonight is all about! So please, join us in celebration as we acknowledge and pay homage to our greats!

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