As February comes to a close, New York artist Pardison Fontaine releases the visual for his record, “Black History Month”. In the clip, Pardison Fontaine touches on the ramifications of slavery and the plight of Black people in 2016, all from his signature street perspective. Paying homage to the Black Panther Party, some of the scenes may be a bit much for some, but its reality.

P.S. Black History Month ends at midnight, but its not too late to educate yourself and be a voice for our ancestors.

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