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Celebrate Black History Month with AT&T 28 Days & Win

Chance to win a trip to Washington D.C. and a Tech Prize

SWEEPSTAKES UPDATE: AT&T 28 Days is offering a chance to win a Virtual Reality technology package and a trip for 2 to Washington D.C. The sweepstake prize has been modified not to include a trip to the National Museum of African American History & Culture (NMAAHC).  The NMAAHC is in no way affiliated with the AT&T 28 Days 2017 sweepstakes. Passes to NMAAHC are free and can be obtained by visiting https://nmaahc.si.edu/visit/passes. We regret any confusion, and welcome you to enter the sweepstakes for this exciting trip to our nation’s capital.

 

Are you honoring those who dared to be agents of change this Black History Month? Tell us how at 28days.att.com for a chance to win a AT&T 28 Days VIP Experience trip to Washington D.C. plus a Samsung Galaxy View and Gear VR headset.

 

The grand-prize package includes round-trip airfare for two to Washington D.C., 2-nights hotel accommodations and a tech prize. Two runner-ups will receive $150 AT&T Store gift cards.

 

Enter weekly online at 28days.att.com Feb. 1–Mar. 5. Winners will be notifiedby phone or e-mail Mar. 17. Check out a complete list of rules here.

 

Good luck!

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Deidra Jane Massie
10 months ago
Knowledge is power! Know your history, study and share for future generations
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Bernard Coates
10 months ago
Yes🙏AMEN
Donyell Dennis
10 months ago
I've challenge myself to go further this year then I've ever gone. Improving myself will allow growth, allow growth will open doors to teach others how to grow
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Crystal Soto Reyes
10 months ago
I would like to know more history from my country.
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Greta McGowan
10 months ago
It's not African American history, it's American History.
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TY
9 months ago
Thank you
Jason Flowers
9 months ago
While we in America celebrate our reputation as a melting pot, our history is more like a quilt of many different cultures, colors and experiences.
Maggie Abrams
10 months ago
Honoring by reading, discussing, and building empathy in the next generation's agents of change!
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Naivasha Tucker
10 months ago
I love to tour history. Its important to us to learn our heritage.
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Teresa C
10 months ago
Schools are no longer teaching about African American history. As a social worker I find opportunities to teach my son and clients about the rich history.
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Teresa
10 months ago
Each one, teach one. Teaching our children about the significant contributions African Americans have made.
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Deb Morgan
10 months ago
Respect. Knowledge. Honor. History is what we are all made from. Learn from it to know what to do and what not to do.
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Hunter Thompson
10 months ago
I am honoring Black History Month by doing a project that consist of a new history lesson each day about a notorious African American leader. I hope to inspire.
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Rocky Tran
10 months ago
Whenever it's black history month , I would hang out in my professors old lecture room and watch old films/documentaries.
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Rocky T
10 months ago
I enjoy watching documentaries / historical films on my free time every Black History month .
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Courtney Roberson
10 months ago
#BlackLivesMatter and I WILL learn more about my people. Our history doesn't begin with slavery and won't end with Obama.
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Alexxia Alford
10 months ago
You can never be overwhelmed with the history, strength, andd knowledge of African Americans.
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Makeila Smith
10 months ago
Black History Month means so much to me as an African American. I enjoy learning about my history, ive wanted to go here since they started building the museum.
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sonyaG
10 months ago
embrace technology more and challenge myself by doing more analytical things.
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Tinette R. Woods
10 months ago
I would love to come. And see the history off. Black America. Teach my son what the past did for you and me. To have whatwe have now in this country.
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Tiffany Walker
10 months ago
I plan to honor those hidden figures before me by applying my science degree in I.T. as a military veteran & technology professional in a S.T.E.M. field.
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Edna D
10 months ago
Yes, AT&T! Thank you for spotlighting the rich history with 28 Days. I applaud your work with diverse groups. Keep moving in this direction.
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Greta
10 months ago
History is a great love of mine.
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Tobie Moore
10 months ago
Reading and knowing about History is honoring the past and is crucial so we can learn from it and put our best foot forward towards the future.
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LANDA Walker
10 months ago
I like to go
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Reginald Taylor
10 months ago
Lest not forget.... to honor those who fought in the past, live your life accordingly
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Kathy
9 months ago
AMEN, wish everyone felt the way you do.
Calvin B. Shorter
10 months ago
I started a private high school for young men ages 14 to 19. To educate is to liberate. By educating these young men, we show them self worth.
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Michael Ivy
10 months ago
Im advocating nonviolence...we gotta stop killing each other
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Tammy Franklin
10 months ago
Loving everyone and teaching love.
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H Pamela Hill
10 months ago
I wanted to learn more about my ancestors, and culture. I have DNA testing so I could learn morn. I have leared so much, I will continue to learn.
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Rilwan Balogun
10 months ago
African American history is more than slavery to Jim Crow to Civil Rights. There are many untold and unknown stories. Stories that are being told
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Irene Gibbs-Holly
10 months ago
It will be a great learning tool, for my younger son and grandson.
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Linda Vines
10 months ago
I loo forward to celebrating the history of great black Americans! I'm posting black history events daily on my Facebook page.
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Rickey Martin
10 months ago
by helping others see they are more than their surroundings..
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Angelique
10 months ago
Know your history
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Stacey Mickles
10 months ago
I honor my heritage everyday by reading and sharing knowledge with others. It's important to reflect in order for us to thrive in future advancement.
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Sianneh
10 months ago
I am honor the greats by participating in helping to inform my school about the unsong heroes of Black History
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Michael Stith
10 months ago
I vow to learn my history and share with others who have no knowledge. I visited an Underground Railroad site recently and it bought tears to my eyes.
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Michael Stith
10 months ago
I vow to keep learning my history and share with others who have no knowledge.
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Zora simmons
10 months ago
Just trying to keep my children and grandchildren abreast of ou pass and the struggles it has been for our people so they will continue to keep the history.
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Rob S
10 months ago
Built to educate my childrens, children and forever be apart of our history.
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Gerald Liu
10 months ago
I took my 5 year old daughter to the Dusable Museum of African American history so we can BOTH learn more about the struggle of our African American neighbors
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Bayleigh Oliver
10 months ago
Black History Month is a month where the black culture comes together and shows gratitude for those that died for our rights or created objects used daily.
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Bayleigh Oliver
10 months ago
B.H.M, makes me extremely proud to be a young black lady in today's society. This time period enlightens people of what achievements were made by black people.
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Dina Williams
10 months ago
I am an educator that supports College and Career Readiness! I am dedicated to sending 136 students to college in 2021.
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Robbin Guillory
10 months ago
It's American history
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Carmel
10 months ago
Knowledge is power and the key to conquer hate.
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Libaan
10 months ago
Black history month is the foundation of what I build all my morals and goals from every year black history month is every month
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Janice Lanzisera
10 months ago
I challenge myself by educating the youth in my life to encourage learning about important figures in history and never creating educational boundaries.
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Ivan Clark
10 months ago
I recently graduated from college and at all four years, not one African-American history class was offered. It is important that I learn about my history.
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Karina Perez
10 months ago
Every year I take the time to admire some of my favorite people such as MLK, Rosa Parks, or Emmett Till. There's more and each are inspiring.
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Jennifer Rogers
10 months ago
I am honoring those who dared to be agents of change by continuing to expose my two beautiful grand children to these magnificent people on a regular basis.
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Hayden Schmidt
10 months ago
Love thy neighbor
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Daetreeona Johnson
10 months ago
I always loved learning about black history and February is my favorite month!!! I always do a countdown of Black History Month on my snapchat every February.
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Amanda P.
10 months ago
Black History Month to me is love for our culture and love for our people.
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L Jefferson
10 months ago
In all your getting get an understanding.
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Yvette Bey-Beyah
10 months ago
Im dedicated to teaching senior citizens that they are never to old to learn by teaching them something new monthly.
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Oak Ekunno
10 months ago
Learn something new about African-American History *and* share it with a friend (or a new friend) is how you affect change and open eyes.
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Sofia
10 months ago
It will be a real pleasure to learn and see about African American history, all I know is from films and personal stories. I find it To be fascinating..
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Hennessy Melancon
10 months ago
I honor by respecting individual differences.
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Sunshine Phath
10 months ago
To celebrate, educate, and reflect on black acheviments. Black History Month is not a month to divide us, but to unify all Americans.
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