Truth be told, I was never a proponent of the idea, much less the exercise thereof, of Black History Month. Even from an early age – I was a kid in 1970 when the government decided upon it – it just didn’t make any sense to me. I always found it to be divisive since, insofar as I could tell, “Black History” was part of American History and should have just been part of the normal history curriculum. And, as you might surmise, that opinion has only hardened as time went on, not changed.
So, to my mind, the first, best option for Americans is for we White men to correctly appropriate Black History by making it literally just part of the next generations’ history. There’s, after all, no racial divide so broad or so stark that orthocegenation can’t fix.
Yes, Gentlemen, as you can see from the above 27 mixed girls, moving our nation to one fully integrated history is a beautiful prospect – and damned enjoyable to bring about. 😉 One people, one integrated culture, one history.