Black History Month and Real Estate

“This is a call to action for all Americans to get involved,” added said Darlene Meekins, president of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Board of Realtist. “Diversify your thoughts to make equity in economics the new normal for every American.”

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Honoring Black History Month

Carter Woodsen, an American historian, created Black History Week, originally celebrated on Feb. 12, 1926, aiming for it to consistently be the second week of February each year. It eventually extended into a month-long awareness and was officially recognized by President Gerald Ford in 1976.

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