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Black news from Pasadena - Letter to the Editor - February interestingFebruary is a very interesting month. Why? It's the shortest month of the year, but it is also noted for Valentine's Day [as well as] Black History Month. It has been around since 1926. Also embedded in the month of February are four powerful birthdays. President George Washington is one of the founding fathers of America.

The other two presidents are very intriguing. Abraham Lincoln helped change the course of history after that peculiar institution slavery which would fade into history after a tremendous loss of life. The person who influenced President Lincoln during the Civil War was a former slave. He was Fredrick Douglas.

Also in the month of February celebrating a birthday is a short, dimunitive person by the name of Rosa Parks.

Though February is a short month, it packs a powerful punch!




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