This being Black History Month, I was wondering how you all felt about it. I have heard mixed views on the subject. Some are in favor of it. Some are not. The actor Morgan Freeman feels that the concept of one month being dedicated to Black History is ridiculous. He says, “I don't want a black history month. Black history is American history." Then we have some who find that the West African symbol of Sankofa is manifested in Black History Month. Sankofa is a symbol which represents going into the wisdom of the past to build the future. Black History Month almost forces some of our people to revisit the experiences of Social Reformers, Athletes, Entertainers, Religious Leaders, Scientists, Public Officials, Educators, Writers, Artists and anyone else who had an impact on our current state here in North America and sometimes all over the world. The question is, should this be limited to one month only or should we just be happy that we have at least 1 month to be recognized and our children who are in schools can be taught about themselves? What is our responsibility if any as adults/mentors/parents to teach our children Our-History?