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A proposal to end Black History Month

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Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley says America has reached a point where we no longer need to live, learn and celebrate separately

End Black History Month?

Could any African American seriously suggest such a thing?

Detroit Free Press columnist Rochell Riley offers an interesting take.

"I propose that, from this day forward, we stop telling the tale of two Americas and instead document and celebrate the full and storied, multicultural and multidimensional story that is America in all of its colors, geographies and passions, in all of its ups, downs and exhortations," she writes.

Read her full commentary at freep.com.

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