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Black History Month is an annual reminder to reflect on the history of Black Americans and their contributions to our country and culture, but it’s easy to default to only discussing the most-repeated stories of slavery and civil rights marches, Dr. King, and Rosa Parks. This week, the member-led OEA Grow podcast takes a break from its student-centered curriculum season to bring you a special episode on Teaching Black History Meaningfully from School Me, a podcast from the National Education Association (NEA). Listen in as host Natieka Samuels chats with Colorado Social Studies Teacher Kevin Adams about teaching Black history in more unique and meaningful ways. Looking for more tips, resources, and opportunities from NEA to build your professional skills? Text POD to 48744 to have the latest sent straight to your phone. We will be back with more of season 6 of the OEA Grow podcast next week.