Stacy Dash didn’t quiet get her wish because Black History Month rolled in any way. And this month is particularly special because The New York Times is publishing brand new, never before seen photos from their archives of revealing moments in black history. The publication notes that readers will now get a closer look at the charred wreckage of Malcolm X’s Queens home just hours after it was bombed. They’ll be taking us back to the Lincoln Memorial, six years before the March On Washington and to Lena Horne’s elegant penthouse on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. We’ll get up close and personal with the pioneers of Hollywood and Hip Hop as well as the ordinary people savoring everyday life.
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