A special Black History Month Edition of USA Today newspaper is now on the newsstand. This volume covers “A Century of Change” from the perspective of African Americans, from the “Great Migration” of blacks from the segregated South, to the civil rights movement and the landmark events of “Bloody Sunday” in Selma, Ala., to the challenges now posed by racism in the U.S. and how they are being met, to the reversal of the Great Migration, as many African Americans return to the South.

As a force for change since its founding in 1975, the National Society of Black Engineers is part of this story. For this reason, NSBE joined dozens of other African-American organizations who are supporting this important publication and are using it to send out a message about their work.

See NSBE’s advertisement on page 106: a call to action for support of our “Impact Ferguson” campaign and our Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK).