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Front Page: Headlines: Editorial -Battle Continues to Have Presidential Honor for Black Colonel to Get Due (continued on page 7); Essence Magazine honors 'Hidden Figures' (cont. 5 and cont. on page 11); "History of Buffalo Soldier" by Nancy C. Curtis, Ph.D. (cont. on page 2); University of Memphis Honors Dr. LaSimba Gray with Lifetime Achievement Award for Black History Month (cont. on page 3); "History of Black History" by Vernon E. Ash (cont. on page 3) Impressions of the Smithsonian National Museum African American History and Culture from a Black Veteran (cont. on page 2)

Page 2: Headlines: University of Memphis Connects Students and Employers with Tiger Talent (cont. on page 10); PBS Honors Extraordinary Achievements and Explores Important Conversations as Part of Black History Month Programs (cont. on page 5); "Navy Honors Black Sailors During Black History Month" by Chief of Personnel Public Affairs (cont. on page 4); WKNO-TV

Page 3: Headlines: University of Memphis Black History Month-Crisis in Education; Kevin Hart to Produce and Star in 'Kevin Hart Presents: The Black Man's Guide to History'

Page 4: Headlines: Letter by Cong. Charles Rangel on Behalf of the National Coalition of Black Veteran Organizations to Get Posthumous Promotion for Col. Young; African American Sites from the National Park Commission (cont.  on page 7)

Page 5: Headlines: Jesse Williams Narrates 'The Obama Years: The Power of Words' on the Smithsonian Channel (cont. on page 6); Black STEM Found in Movie 'Hidden Figures'

Page 6: Headlines: Pastor John Gray Joins OWN's Saturday Lineup in New Series (cont. on page 10); Historic Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inducts Anita Hill, Cynthia James, Rhona Bennett (cont. on page 12); Forgiving Christmas by Arelya J. Mitchell and Narrated by Janine Santana

Page 7: Headlines: "Blacks, Black History and Republican Party Woes" by Raynard Jackson (cont. on page 8); "A Martin Luther King, Jr. Message from Greenlining Realty" by Lamell McMorris (cont. on page 8); "Keys on How to Control Black People" by Willie Lynch (cont. on page 8)

Page 8: Headlines: Do You Know This About Black History?; Save the Manatee; T.D. Jakes 2017 Leadership Conference (related information on page 9)

Page 9: Headlines: T.D. Jakes 2017 Leadership Conference Speakers

Page 10: Headlines: "Negro Spirituals Often Provided Sanctity for Freedom Bound Slaves" by Cheryta Jones; Macy's Set to Celebrate Black Art, Expression and Culture this Black History Month (cont. on page 12); American Cancer Society- You Are Not Alone; Moana; Black and Hispanic Accountants Meet (cont. on page 12)

Page 11: Headlines: "Letter to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." by Raynard Jackson (cont. on page 12); Daniel A.P. Murray, the 2nd African African American to work at Library of Congress is Subject of Book by Elizabeth Dowling; MegaFest 2017

Page 12: Headlines: Southern Women's Show in Memphis