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You too can record and preserve your legacy to share with the world. StoryFile is offering you and your family a chance to preserve your family legacy with the Black Heritage StoryPack, which includes over 200 free questions tailored to help you preserve your legacy for future generations. Visit StoryFile Life today!

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The Month of Celebration

Black History Month is celebrated all over the world – from the USA to Germany, Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and beyond. This month-long celebration recognizes and highlights the achievements by the Black community and honors the significant impact they have had in history.

In honor of Black History Month, StoryFile has released for the first time the Black Voices Collection, which includes 11 inspirational StoryFiles. Have you ever wanted to ask questions to those who played an active role in shaping our history like, 

What was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. like?

When did you join the Civil Rights movement?

What if we told you that you can have a conversation with and talk to Civil Rights activists, leaders, original Freedom Riders, Tulsa Massacre survivors and others anytime, from anywhere? History is the lifeline to the present and the future. And now, you have direct access to talking to those who lived through it, and hearing their stories in their voice

StoryFile’s Black Voices Collection includes:

Andrew Young
Andrew Jackson Young Jr. is an American politician, diplomat, and activist.
Nikki Giovanni
American Poet, writer, dreamer, and University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech.
Henry "Hank" Thomas
Henry Hank Thomas is a civil rights activist and one of the original Freedom Riders.
Fitzalbert Marius
Fitzalbert saw most of the 20th Century from the Great Depression, World War II.
Daniel Smith
Daniel is the son of Abram, who was born a slave in Virginia in 1863.
Viola Fletcher
Viola Fletcher is 107 years old and is a survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

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