Black History Month at the Palm Beach County Library

For folks from the Northeast and California who are afraid to move to Florida because of a perceived lack of righteousness, the local Palm Beach County library branch’s displays for Black History Month…

First, in the kids’ area:

It turns out that identifying as “female” is actually Black-adjacent. Here’s a book that was part of the Black History Month display:

Kids are encouraged to engage in a wide range of behaviors that would get them arrested in Florida:

And for adults:

Readers: How are your Black History Month celebrations going?

3 thoughts on “Black History Month at the Palm Beach County Library

  1. Of course racist America gives black history the shortest month.

  2. How are your Black History Month celebrations going? I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to pause for a moment and give thanks for the many great contributions of the black community and their culture to our society.

    Their peaceful and generous nature makes them ideal neighbors, lending testimony to their exceptional family values and parenting skills unrivaled by any other culture.

    Their commitment to academic excellence enriches our schools and serves as an example to all who hope to achieve prominence as a people.

    Real estate values are fueled by the influx of African Americans into an area due to their caring and respectful nurturing of these communities, as an example of all they have achieved by their enthusiasm for self-improvement through hard work and a self-reliant can-do nature.

    African American international reputation for self restraint, boundless patience and superior non-violent conflict resolution skills is legendary across the globe.

    Without their industrious and creative drive, we would be poorer as a nation.

  3. At my Big company, we are celebrating black history month and as part of this celebration, we are reminded that not only Black Lives Matter, we are also reminded that there are Blacks who are LGBTQ… they matter too.

    The month is full of presentations, speakers, training and activates with topics on Blacks and of course Black LGBTQ…

    Sadly, there is absolutely no mention of Blacks in South Africa who are suffering and dying at the hand of their own Black brutal regime. No one seems to care about their ancestors back in South Africa.

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