A leading Black voice in Austin radio shares his story of adoption from the Philippines and why he’s grateful to be one of the only Black men in radio.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the 2020 election of Vice President Kamala Harris, here are some of the pioneers who blazed trails in civil rights and American politics.
Jalen and Keyonna Seawright dressed up their two daughters to model Black female leaders for Black History Month.
The charter school in Utah sent home an opt-out form after school officials said they received requests from parents that kids not participate in Black History Month curriculum and activities.
Celebrate Black History Month with Tubi. The streaming platform offers one of the largest Black cinema collections available online — and it’s free.
The Association for the Study of African American Life and History, or ASALH, chose the theme because the Black family has been a target of study in various academic disciplines.
Feb. 1 isn’t just the first day of Black History Month. It’s also National Freedom Day, pioneered by a former slave to commemorate abolition.
February marks the start of Black History Month and while many people are familiar with the annual celebration, the details of its origin are not as well known.
Barbie announced a new addition to its “Inspiring Women” doll series: Dr. Maya Angelou.
“Lift Every Voice and Sing” began as a poem written by a school principal. It grew to become known as the “Black National Anthem.”
According to family members, one of Atlanta’s most revered civil rights icons and a lightning rod for community activism has died at the age of 98.
The first black graduate of the University of Georgia makes history again.
Sixty-five years after 14-year-old Emmett Till was lynched in Mississippi, the House has approved legislation designating lynching as a hate crime under federal law.
Tours take place mostly on Saturdays and Sundays when Wallace is available but Wallace can accommodate on a weekday depending on his availability.
From January 15 through May 3, the Neill-Cochran House Museum is hosting an immersive, one-of-a-kind experience in the form of an exhibit and artistic collaboration called "If These Walls Could Talk".
“Black Girl Magic is the ability for African American females to push past the restrictions that are set upon us today and show us that anything is possible," Ulmer said. "You can be an author, entrepreneur student no matter what the color of your skin is or what your gender is.”
The Pan-African flag first flew 100 years ago as a response to a bigoted song. It still serves as an inspiration to the African diaspora.
A group of ballerinas in Texas struck a pose, and the result was an adorable photo shoot — both fierce and meaningful.
Here's a timeline of the historical events of the civil rights movement that shaped the fight for social justice and against discrimination.
Joel Baker never forgets where he comes from. “That picture on the wall of the 16 African American firefighters and 7 female African American firefighters that paved the way for me and for others. Those pictures remind me it’s not about me they paved the way, continue to pay it forward.”