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Black Westchester, February 15, 2021 Digital Issue

Welcome to our February 15, 2021 Issue
This month, the nation celebrates Black History Month, although here at Black
Westchester we celebrate the achievements of African-Americans every month because as Black People we make history 365/24/7. With that said we welcome you to our Black History Month issue.

We dedicate this issue to Ms. Cicely Tyson who was the Epitome of Black Excellence (pages 14-15 and 21) and celebrate another son of Mount Vernon we lost just before publishing this issue, Sugar Hill, Lew Hill (page 7). Our guest columnist Dennis Richmond Jr, wrote a series of article in celebration of Black History (page 8) and we have another powerful article by Rehan Sabri (page 18). We also re-published an article we ran two years ago on the website by James A. Johnson (page 20). Damon K. Jones wrote another article for our new Health and Wellness section (page 23). We celebrate the achievements of several African-Americans in Westchester like Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, Mayor Ronald Blackwood and William Voris (page 24), a few sistahs in Westchester who are making and attempting to make history like Tasha Young and Vivian Mackenzie (page 6) and as always we bring you the news with the black point of view!

Look out for our new edition to PBP Radio, our Super Tuesdays Show where we will be interviewing several candidates in Westchester running for office, 6PM every Tuesday!

We would like to take this time to thank all the readers, listeners, supporters, sponsors, contributors, and advertisers for their support in our effort to deliver the “News With The Black Point Of View,” since 2014. Send us your feedback, let us know what you think of this issue. Let us know subjects/topics you would like to see us cover in the future and send your letters to the editor to BlackWestchesterMag@gmail.com.

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Black Westchester - News With The Black Point Of View is an online news magazine for people of color for Westchester and the Tri- State area of New York at every economic level. Our mission is to promote the concept of “community” through media.
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