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Mychal-MassieWednesday, Roland Martin reported on Mychal Massie, a black conservative who penned a column on the evils of the Black History Month and called for its end.

Massie, writing for World Net Daily, described the commemorative month as “a 28-day vat of a factually flawed and at times fictional history of how bad the blacks had it in America.”

“Feb. 1 began the 28 day ‘ceremony to injustice’ that is nothing more than an aversion to modernity that encourages people to mire themselves in the past juxtaposed to embracing the present and the future,” Massie writes. “Black History Month is used by the nefarious and the corrupt to divide, to evoke blame and guilt, and often for personal gain. Public school children will be immersed in a 28-day vat of a factually flawed and at times fictional history of how bad the blacks had it in America, and they will hear that whites are privileged and their ancestors had slaves, blah-blah-blah.”

Listen to what Roland Martin thinks about Massie’s column.

Be sure to tune in to NewsOne Now with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST.

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