On June 17, 2021 U.S. President Joe Biden signed Juneteenth into a federal holiday. Read more about the events that lead up to the 11th federal holiday.
All the fun and exciting events you can attend to celebrate Juneteenth in Washington, D.C..
Opal Lee is a 96-year-old activist who is widely known for advocating for Juneteenth to be recognized as a U.S. federal holiday. Click here to read more about Lee's story.
If you are looking for things to do on Juneteenth, watch a Black history documentary. You can start your history lesson by watching one of the Black historical documentaries listed below.
Learn everything you need to know about Juneteenth instantly. All of your Juneteenth questions answered here.
Dr. Maggie Aderin-Pocok has been recognized by Mattel as a Barbie Role Model and honored with a Barbie made with her likeness. Click here to learn about Dr. Aderin-Pocok and her impact in STEM.
The Freedmen’s Bureau Search Portal is a search engine where you, historians, and genealogists can search through records within the Freedmen’s Bureau.
Black History Month is here! It's the perfect time to learn Black historical facts. I created a list of Black historical documentaries that are will teach you interesting historical facts that you would never learn in school.
Solange Knowles is the first African American woman to compose an original piece for the New York City Ballet.
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.