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Everyday Democracy featured in USA Today's Black History Month special edition

February 7, 2014

Cover of USA Today['s Black History Month Special EditionIn celebration of our 25th anniversary, Everyday Democracy is being featured in a half page ad in USA Today’s Black History Month 2014 Special Edition, available in print and online.

The special "commemorative" content will celebrate the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela and the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, as well as other topics including:

  • Diversity  
  • Education - including HBCUs and other institutions of higher education
  • African-American owned businesses
  • Black Cultural Travel - Museums and attractions
  • The role of grassroots, community organizations in driving major cultural initiatives

Look for the Black History Month Special Edition on newsstands now next to USA Today or order your copy online.

 

 

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