Mother-daughter Duo Celebrate Black History Month With Daily Dress-Up | MSNBC 1

Mother-daughter Duo Celebrate Black History Month With Daily Dress-Up | MSNBC

 

When Chauncia Boyd Rogers found out her daughter, Ava, wasn’t learning about Black history in the classroom, she took matters into her own hands. Now every year for Black History Month, Ava dresses up as different iconic Black women. They joined NBC’s Joshua Johnson to talk about their tradition and the power of representation.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Mother-daughter Duo Celebrate Black History Month With Daily Dress-Up | MSNBC

11 comments

  1. Can we get a Ross History Day, and we can all go over how hard you all try to hide all the pivotal events we did in History, because as soon as anyone gets to the Core Route of Awesomeness that is Ross, everyone gets all Jelly like Duck Them!

  2. Vice President Kamala Harris inspires Black women to achieve excellence in every single institution across USA.

    1. ​@Constituent A Because listening to the opposition would be unity?

      Some democrats like Tulsi Gabbard appear on Fox to defend left wing values..

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