We compiled a list of Black History Month quotes for days when you need motivation, inspiration, and empowerment. Check out the list of quotes here.
The history behind Black History. Who created Black History Month? Why is Black History Month in February? How did Black History Month become a month long celebration? All of your pressing Black History Month questions answered, here.
Solange Knowles is the first African American woman to compose an original piece for the New York City Ballet.
Lizzo played former President James Madison’s crystal flute at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., a city that is a part of her North American tour.
Book Week starts September 18th and ends September 24th. Here is a list of banned books written by Black Authors that we recommend you read.
Ruby Bridges' new book, “I Am Ruby Bridges,” highlights her life as a civil rights activist. Click here to read more about the book.
Madam CJ Walker is the latest addition to Barbie's Inspiring Women Series that previously featured Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, and Ella Fitzgerald. Click here to learn about Walker's impact on Black hair care entrepreneurship.
On April 16 1862, Former U.S. President Lincoln signed the D.C. Compensated Emancipation Act of 1862 into law.
Reading is fundamental. Read one of these books to learn a different perspective on race.
There has been chatter on social media about renaming Black History Month to Black Future Month, thanks to a tweet by Kanye West proposing the latter name. What are your thoughts? Read on for my thoughts.