Were it not for Google, I might have forgotten that February 1 began Black History Month. But the illustration by Richie Pope honoring Frederick Douglass on the search engine would not allow me to forget. Black History Month, in its current form, says so much about who we are collectively as a nation. Show More Summary
The New York Times is diving into its photo archive this month in search of "unpublished black history." The archive, known as the Morgue, is a library of photographs and negatives that lives in a subbasement. It’s an unassuming place of whitewashed walls and fluorescent lights. Show More Summary
The urgent imperative behind the title of Send Me Back to Slavery, a new web series that recently debuted on BET.com to honor Black History Month, answers a question that seems almost too provocative to ask. Assuming it were possible, why would any sane person want to return to such...
Identity and Black History Month by Jordan Cooper Identity theft happens every 2 seconds in the world. A vehicle accident happens every minute around the world too. Men think about sexual activity roughly every hour. During this Black History Month we have to be more aware of who’s using our identities and be able to [...]Show More Summary
HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH!!! How fitting to celebrate Black History Month with 10 liberating quotes by our beloved President Barack Obama. These quotes are sure to be remembered throughout history and used to inspire generations to come. It is also fitting to celebrate the “end” of the first African American Presidential reign with these quotes. It has Keep Reading ?
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. The following is a guest post by Brittany, a library assistant in the Children’s Department at Main. We … Continue reading ?
A so-called “white guilt” video has some Henrico, Virginia parents upset at Glenn Allen High School officials for a Black History Month presentation which allegedly promoted the concept of white privilege being at the expense of African Americans. Show More Summary
For Black History Month, we should remember Roland Hayes, the first classical music star who was African-American.
It's Black History Month, the annual celebration of African American contributions to culture, society, and, of course, law. While Black History Month is hardly the card-sending, cocktail-houring, office-partying event that some other winter holidays are, it's still worth celebrating in your firm. Here's how.......
The debate over Black History Month is not new, but it intensified when this year's Oscar nominees were all Caucasian. For the second year in a row, the Oscars earned the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite. The Los Angeles Times noted that, "It's another embarrassing Hollywood sequel... Show More Summary
First Lady and lover of dance Michelle Obama invited the legend Debbie Allen and a phenomenal group of 51 black dancers to perform at the White House for Black History Month. Read more...
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One of New York's greatest institutions is the latest entity to be called out for allegedly failing to protect its staff from sexual misconduct.After months of investigation, Science Magazine reported Tuesday that a researcher at the American Museum of Natural History has been accused of sexual harassment and even assault by others in his field. Show More Summary
Throughout Windows 10’s relatively short life, updates have been steady and regular. What they haven’t been is transparent. To coincide with Patch Tuesday — the day Microsoft’s monthly security patches are released — Microsoft is also creating a Windows 10 update history site. Show More Summary
A photo posted by First Lady Michelle Obama (@michelleobama) on Feb 8, 2016 at 8:15pm PST First Lady Michelle Obama hosted a Black History Month program that was probably the most incredible display of black girl magic the White House...Show More Summary
An Illinois school board member is under fire for kicking off Black History Month by posting a racist message on the board’s official Facebook page, the Daily Herald reports. Elgin Area School District U-46 board member Jeanette Ward, wrote the post on Feb. 1 that began with the line:...
Dara Richardson-Heron, the CEO of YWCA USA, joins HuffPost Live to unpack Black History Month and women's empowerment. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Fifty-one black dancers graced the White House for a Black History Month celebration Monday.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh and Eleventh Stack are celebrating Black History Month by highlighting books, music and movies by African American Artists. We also have a ton of great events and programs for children, teens and adults. You can view … Continue reading ?
A handful of students at Durham's School for Creative Studies had planned to kick of Black History Month with a bang by wearing colorful head wraps reminiscent of those worn by many women across the African continent.