As Black History Month nears its end, Jeff Johnson reminds us of the most significant thing we should take away from this short month every year. Click on the audio player to hear more in this edition of 3 Things You Should Know.
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Stars That Made This The Blackest Black History Month Ever
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1. 'Work' is Rihanna's 14th number one single, surpassing Michael Jackson's long standing record.
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2. Lalah Hathaway is the first person to win a Grammy back to back in the best traditional R&B Performance category
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3. February 22nd is named Kevin Hart Day in California
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4. Ordinarily Chris Rock hosting the Oscars wouldn't be out of the ordinary, but with the #OscarsSoWhite controversy...
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5. The cast of 'Blackish' win big at the NAACP Image Awards
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6. Yara Shahidi covered one of the three February issues of Essence Magazine
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7. Celebrating those that made a difference at the 47th NAACP Image Awards
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8. Sophina DeJesus dabbed and hit the Quan during her floor routine at UCLA
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9. Wale becoming the first rapper to open the White House State of the Union address
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10. Empire wins big at NAACP Image Awards
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11. Prince's Passport Photo
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12. Kendrick Lamar Receives Key To Compton
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13. Beyonce at Super Bowl 50
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14. Netta covered one of the three February issues of Essence Magazine
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15. Teyonah Parris covered one of the three February issues of Essence Magazine
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16. Kendrick Lamar at the 2016 Grammys
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