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Bill Clinton, Chicago, and cnn.com: Morehouse Flips Presidents' Day To 'Obama Day @17th thsoulj Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a celebratory movement with the replacement of President鈥檚 Day for 鈥淥bama Day.鈥漃resented by NewsOne, conversations on Obama鈥檚 legacy, as well as the influence of former first lady MichelleObama, were highlighted at the historic institution by author and academic Michael Eric Dyson, activist Michaela Angela Davis, New York Magazine鈥檚 Rembert Browne, Jamilah Lemieux of Interactive One and more. From panels on the Affordable Care Act to Obama鈥檚 connection to people of color, no topic went overlooked. The same happened online as those who supported the former POTUS praised his legacy online.Obama also saw another accomplishment when he was named the 12th best president among historians. For the first time, Obama was eligible for the CSPAN-headed survey which asks 91 historians to rate the previous 43 presidents across ten categories. The categories include, 鈥淧ublic Persuasion,鈥 鈥淐risis Leadership,鈥 鈥淓conomic Management,鈥 鈥淢oral Authority,鈥 鈥淚nternational Relations,鈥 鈥淎dministrative Skills,鈥 鈥淩elations with Congress,鈥 鈥淰ision-Setting An Agenda,鈥 鈥淧ursued Equal Justice for All,鈥 and 鈥淧erformance Within the Context of His Times.鈥 Bill Clinton landed at 15, George Bush at 20, the late John F. Kennedy at 8 and Abraham Lincon at number 1. People also took to the streets for 鈥淣ot My President鈥檚 Day,鈥 a rally featuring those against President Donald Trump. CNN reports demonstrations took place in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles to continue the 鈥渕omentum鈥 of the historic Women鈥檚 March in January. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th presidentsday
Bill Clinton, Chicago, and cnn.com: Morehouse Flips Presidents'
 Day To 'Obama Day
 @17th thsoulj
Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a celebratory movement with the replacement of President鈥檚 Day for 鈥淥bama Day.鈥漃resented by NewsOne, conversations on Obama鈥檚 legacy, as well as the influence of former first lady MichelleObama, were highlighted at the historic institution by author and academic Michael Eric Dyson, activist Michaela Angela Davis, New York Magazine鈥檚 Rembert Browne, Jamilah Lemieux of Interactive One and more. From panels on the Affordable Care Act to Obama鈥檚 connection to people of color, no topic went overlooked. The same happened online as those who supported the former POTUS praised his legacy online.Obama also saw another accomplishment when he was named the 12th best president among historians. For the first time, Obama was eligible for the CSPAN-headed survey which asks 91 historians to rate the previous 43 presidents across ten categories. The categories include, 鈥淧ublic Persuasion,鈥 鈥淐risis Leadership,鈥 鈥淓conomic Management,鈥 鈥淢oral Authority,鈥 鈥淚nternational Relations,鈥 鈥淎dministrative Skills,鈥 鈥淩elations with Congress,鈥 鈥淰ision-Setting An Agenda,鈥 鈥淧ursued Equal Justice for All,鈥 and 鈥淧erformance Within the Context of His Times.鈥 Bill Clinton landed at 15, George Bush at 20, the late John F. Kennedy at 8 and Abraham Lincon at number 1. People also took to the streets for 鈥淣ot My President鈥檚 Day,鈥 a rally featuring those against President Donald Trump. CNN reports demonstrations took place in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles to continue the 鈥渕omentum鈥 of the historic Women鈥檚 March in January. 17thsoulja BlackIG17th presidentsday

Another opportunity to shed light and love on former President BarackObama happened Monday (Feb. 19) when Morehouse College helped led a cel...

America, Black History Month, and Blackhistory: STUDENTS AT COLLEGES ACROSS AMERTCA ARE DECORATING THEIR DORM ROOM DOORS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HTSTORY Gem. @dai raichel "Because you did, we can. #Black History DoorChallenge #BlackHistory Month O BLACKTIVIST R STUDENTS AT COLLEGES ACROSS AMERICA ARE DECORATING THEIR DORM ROOM DOORS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY The viral hashtag BlackHistoryDoorChallenge was made to urge black folks to pay homage to black history. American college students have been using all their creativity to celebrate black history month with the BlackHistoryDoorChallenge after Louisiana State University student and social media influencer Shawn Taylor tweeted a photo of his dorm room door decorated with faces of black people who have made significant contributions to society. Taylor urged students across the country to follow suit, share the pictures of their dorm room doors and show off the black pride. Black history and culture is a huge part of the American history and it`s difficult to imagine a time when that it wasn`t. The BlackHistoryDoorChallenge is the perfect opportunity to get people talking about black race in a positive way and to celebrate the achievements of blacks. Perhaps we should also mention that we are so grateful for the students who took their time to acknowledge our rich history and showed their black pride with various figures, facts, and artwork. Blacktivist hotnews black africanamerican blacklivesmatter blackpride blackandproud dreamchasers icantbreath neverforget sayhername blackhistorymonth blackgirls blackwomen blackman westandtogether proudtobeblack blackbusiness blackunity blackis melanin
America, Black History Month, and Blackhistory: STUDENTS AT COLLEGES ACROSS AMERTCA
 ARE DECORATING THEIR DORM ROOM
 DOORS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HTSTORY
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 "Because you did, we can.
 #Black History DoorChallenge
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STUDENTS AT COLLEGES ACROSS AMERICA ARE DECORATING THEIR DORM ROOM DOORS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY The viral hashtag BlackHistoryDoorChallenge was made to urge black folks to pay homage to black history. American college students have been using all their creativity to celebrate black history month with the BlackHistoryDoorChallenge after Louisiana State University student and social media influencer Shawn Taylor tweeted a photo of his dorm room door decorated with faces of black people who have made significant contributions to society. Taylor urged students across the country to follow suit, share the pictures of their dorm room doors and show off the black pride. Black history and culture is a huge part of the American history and it`s difficult to imagine a time when that it wasn`t. The BlackHistoryDoorChallenge is the perfect opportunity to get people talking about black race in a positive way and to celebrate the achievements of blacks. Perhaps we should also mention that we are so grateful for the students who took their time to acknowledge our rich history and showed their black pride with various figures, facts, and artwork. Blacktivist hotnews black africanamerican blacklivesmatter blackpride blackandproud dreamchasers icantbreath neverforget sayhername blackhistorymonth blackgirls blackwomen blackman westandtogether proudtobeblack blackbusiness blackunity blackis melanin

STUDENTS AT COLLEGES ACROSS AMERICA ARE DECORATING THEIR DORM ROOM DOORS TO CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY The viral hashtag BlackHistoryDoorChalle...