On this Valentine's Day, take a look back in time at Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King's incredible love story through a love letter he wrote her in the summer of 1952, a year before they were married.

Mark Clark’s sister remembers her brother and Fred Hampton were killed.

"Lift Every Every Voice And Sing," a poem written by James Weldon Johnson - often dubbed "The Black National Anthem" - was first performed on Feb. 12, 1900. Here's what you need to know about it.

While fodder for comedians and social commentary, many have assumed that these distinctively Black names are a modern phenomenon. Research shows that’s not true.

In honor of Black History Month, find out who made our list of 21 HBCU graduates who are changing the world in 2021.


A breakdown of the hidden history of Black nationalist women’s political activism.

Each year to celebrate Black History Month the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) chooses a theme as a point of reflection and research during the 28-day observation.

Here are five examples of prominent African Americans who are making Black history by continuously breaking barriers.

It's been nearly 75 years since one man fought South Carolina Democrats to end whites-only primaries. Now, this year's South Carolina primary could be a make-or-break moment for some of the all-white candidates as their fates lay in the hands of Black voters.

"Lifting As We Climb" has long been the mission of African-American women.


A look at the Negro League a century later.

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Park was created to give back to the community where the civil rights icon was raised, but it was recently on the receiving end thanks to a sizable donation to encourage recycling.