Black History

According to the bellereport.com The Life of Mary McLeod Bethune in Development by A Dollar Fifty Productions LLC LOS ANGELES, June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Bethune was an advisor to four Presidents, pivotal in establishing the National Council of Negro Women, and a leader in the National Youth Council. The script highlights how Mary McLeod Bethune overcomes the rejection […]

Can you spot all her nods to Black history and culture through her fashion?

The ask for a statue of the abolitionist has been brought forth before but failed in 2012 and 2013.

From Tommie and John’s Black Power salute to Gabby Douglas becoming the first African American to win an individual gymnastics title, here are some of the most memorable moments for African Americans in the Olympics.

From Tommie and John’s Black Power salute to Gabby Douglas becoming the first African American to win an individual gymnastics title, here are some of the most memorable moments for African Americans in the Olympics.

Akilah Johnson is the first African-American artist to win the national competition, proving that Black art also matters.

There’s no denying how huge Black History Month was this year. In fact, the cosmos even treated us to the gift of a leap year, giving us one more day for celebration. While looking back on February, there were moments that shifted the conversation surrounding Black Pride among Hollywood, politics, and television. From Beyonce’s Black […]

Mississippi's governor signed a proclamation declaring April Confederate Heritage Month. The proclamation tries to justify the celebration, but is silent on slavery.

Former Black Panther Sekou Odinga and Black Lives Matter activist Larry Fellows may come from different Black liberation movements, but both understand that to truly celebrate Black History Month, we must dig deeper.

Dolezal made the announcement on her Facebook page, telling her followers she named the bundle of joy after two prominent Black History figures -- Langston Hughes and Crispus Attucks.

While hosting a reception for Black History Month on Thursday, President Barack Obama greeted the crowd with First Lady Michelle Obama by his side, and of course, he brought the jokes.

Activist Larry Fellows and former Black Panther member Sekou Odinga discuss revolution music and how deeply woven art is in the tapestry of resistance.