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Black History Month
Alexa White Breaks Down Food Sovereignty
Climate advocate Alexa White broke down the importance of food sovereignty and how it ensures every step of the food process is fair and sustainable
Ethel’s Club Is The First Private Social Space Designed For People Of Color
“We want Ethel’s Club to feel like an extension of the place they feel the most comfortable, because people of color are rarely afforded the luxury of simply just being.”
HBCU Program Seeks Out Young Black Gamers Blazing Trail in ESports
Young Black gamers are fighting for their place in an eSports industry that lacks diversity.
This Man is Opening the First Black-Owned Cannabis School in the U.S.
This man noticed that America’s emerging weed industry was being dominated by rich, white men—so he’s opening up the first Black-owned cannabis school to help create change.
NYC Park Will Be Renamed For Marsha P. Johnson
Johnson was a Black trans activist and a prominent figure in the LGBTQ+ rights movement.
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The Evolution Of Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou emerged from prostitution and the life of a madam to become a world-renowned poet historic filmmaker, and phenomenal inspiration for Black women creatives
Solange Teases New Music, Content on BlackPlanet
Hype for new Solange music is getting out of control after she teased new content on BlackPlanet.com and previewed a new track on Twitter
The History of Black Video Game Characters
For Black History Month 2019, we wanted to explore the evolution of Black characters in video games, from the earliest days of the medium to modern heroes in “Assassins Creed,” “Watch Dogs,” “Mafia 3,” “Uncharted,” “Far Cry: New Dawn,” “Apex Legends,” and more.
6th Grade Class Recreates Iconic Photos For Black History Month
These students recreated famous photos of their favorite Black icons as a heartwarming lesson for Black History Month.
In Our Own Words: Jericho Brown Performs 'Heart Condition'
Buy Jericho’s new book, The Tradition, at https://www.indiebound.org/book/9781556594861.
In Our Own Words: Kai Davis Performs 'Ain't I a Woman?'
This spoken word poet was inspired by Sojourner Truth's 1851 speech and turned her frustrations into an affirmation for Black womanhood.
Super Soaker Inventor Lonnie Johnson Faced Racism as a Black Engineer
Lonnie Johnson is the inventor of the much beloved Super Soaker.
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