black history month

Gabe Gault, a rising muralist, joined forces with Meta for the company's newly-launched Metaverse Culture Series with an innovative art piece titled "I Am A Man," signifying the importance of the annual recognition.

A Massachusetts Montessori school,  IC Kids in Newton, just had to fire a teacher, close its doors and issue a public apology because a teacher had toddlers make Blackface masks to honor Black History Month.

For Black History Month, The North Face launched a new apparel collection featuring two prominent mountaineers who share their story via a campaign titled "New heights with Black joy."


The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City announced today that they will be hosting a special month-long Black History Month celebration featuring a pop-up museum and a special concert by award-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin.

JD Barnes is a renowned fashion photographer whose work has been featured in outlets like Essence and Harper’s Bazaar (and spotlighted in Cassius' Young Icons feature). But in the spring and summer of 2020, with the rising unrest spawned by the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, he trained his lens on Black Lives Matter protests throughout the nation.

To celebrate Black History Month, Foot Locker is honoring the next generation of Black innovators who are shaping sneaker culture as we know it with "The Sole List."

Like most students nearing graduation, there’s a particular excitement that arises when you think about finally being done with the rigor of higher education. That excitement was evident in Martese Johnson’s (he/him) voice when he spoke of his upcoming graduation from the University of Michigan Law School this year. 

Protests are not new to Washington, DC and are happening all the time, says Dee Dwyer—a photojournalist born and raised on the southeast side of the nation’s capital. But there was something different about the protests that swept the city during the summer of 2020. The world was on fire. We were living through a […]

Born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama, Barnes’s passion for documenting stories began with him being the subject in front of the camera instead of behind it.

The Black trans community was mourning Islan Nettles, the 21-year-old Black trans woman who was brutally beaten by a man on a street in Harlem. In response to Islan’s death, grassroots organizer Milan Nicole Sherry (she/her), created #BlackTransLivesMatter to mobilize people around the violent murders of Black trans women that often go under-reported.