Why do you study Barbara Jordan in black history?
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The study of history, ancient, geographical, architectural, archeological, racial, religeous, political or in any other form is rarely to be faulted if done with a sound scientific framework. Any study of history that is based on a preconception is always subject to academic revue. Black history like most histories, is filled with legend, falacy and error. Study history because it will enrich your life.
Reasons to study Black History: Anything you study makes you smarter! The history of African Americans has many important leaders who can help us to understand the way the world works. Studying the history of Blacks in America, and the slavery issue, helps us to avoid such horrible things in the future Human beings first developed in Africa, so studying African history is studying human history African culture includes such great civilizations as Egypt, Carthage…