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Keke Palmer Celebrates Black History Month By Sharing Her Vision For The Culture

BUSY TONIGHT -- Episode 133 -- Pictured: Keke Palmer on the set of Busy Tonight -- (Photo by: Jordin Althaus/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) Jordin Althaus/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Sydney Scott
Feb, 15, 2019 7:07 PM UTC

Keke Palmer is celebrating Black History Month by sharing her vision for the culture and the community.

“When I hear the phrase ‘Dream In Black’ it makes me think about going as far as I could possibly go despite what people have said to me, but using my culture and my hardships and everything that makes me who I am to just be my very best,” Palmer says a video, sponsored by AT&T for is “Dream In Black” series, which is part of their Black Future Month campaign.

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“My hope for the future is to continue to always evolve and always stay connected to my community and help them inspire one another as much as they’ve inspired me…just continue to grow,” she adds. “I believe in my dreams and all you have to do is dream in Black, baby!”

The Dream In Black 28 list highlights creatives who are finding ways to make a difference, and the series features celebrities like Queen Latifah and Zendaya also sharing what it means to them to dream in Black.

Find out more about Black Future Month at dreaminblack.att.com.

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