Episode Forty-Six

Insights on Black History Month


Judithe Registre, Haitian-born, American-made, and globally-centered, brings you her insights on Black History Month as celebrated in the USA, drawing from her Haitian background, US education, and global travels. 

This is a time when we are being called to recognize the contributions of every group to witness and record the present for future history. As we work to create a future history that reflects our full contributions as members of the larger humanity, we honor our African ancestors for their vision and hard work and we continue to work on advancing their mission. Black History remains ever critical for social equity and progress.