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February 1, 2013 9:51 AM

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Throughout the month of February, the Star-Telegram will highlight the accomplishments of local black citizens during Black History Month. While the talents and dedication of these people – and not their race – make them noteworthy, it has been a national tradition since 1976 to honor the role African Americans play in America. In that same vein, we’re featuring people in and around Fort Worth.

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