black history month
The food company Aramark is under fire after students at a school in New York spoke out about being served chicken, waffles and watermelon on the first day of Black History Month. The principal of Nyack Middle School wrote a letter to parents apologizing for the incident, and a spokesperson from Aramark issued a public statement of apology shortly afterward.
Black History Month should be a moment of celebration for Black people in the United States, but there is always someone that makes missteps.
Black Twitter joined together once more to celebrate Black History Month with both informative and hilarious tweets in 2023.
In a fresh collaboration, the two are celebrating the works of three Black fashion designers Anifa Mvuemba of Hanifa, Patrick Henry, professionally known as Fresh, of Rich Fresh, and Kimberly Goldson of her eponymous brand had their exact designs replicated in miniature form to be showcased on..
Meta, one of the leaders in the rapidly growing space, rolled out some stellar Black History Month Meta Quest content that covers live shows, innovative series, and much more.
Kanye West wants to rebrand Black History Month, and he declared it via Instagram on the first day of February.
This is not the way Black History Month should be kicking off.
Via the hashtag #BlackHistoryMonth, folks are kicking off the month-long celebration with passion and pride as expected.
You can't have sneaker culture without Black people, period. In the midst of Black History Month, Foot Locker is celebrating this triple truth with its inaugural Sole List which honors the next generation of Black influencers pushing the culture of kicks forward.
HHW Gaming: Xbox Announces Series of Activations That Will Amplify Black Voices & Promote Inclusive Storytelling
To celebrate Black history month, Xbox wants to let the gaming community know that Black gamers matter.
On Monday (Feb 1), the streaming giant announced a slew of few initiatives, including the launch of a full slate of guest-curated playlist takeovers, brand new podcasts, and more to highlight Black culture, Black music, and Black excellence.
As the nation joins together to remember the droves of accomplishments made by Black people, we look back to 1915 where the roots of the celebration were first formed.