Known as “Bloody Sunday,” the historic “Selma to Montgomery marches” began on March 7, 1965, and highlighted a turbulent time of the Civil Rights Movement.


The Black history knowledge gap is widening, and GOP politicians are making it worse despite the documented benefits of learning Black history.

Black History Month

Charlotte West High School “decorated” a pair of segregated entrances for Black History Month.

Black History Month

The letter from a year before they were married gives major Valentine's Day vibes.


Black folks have been a big part of the history of the Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans throughout the decades.

Black History Month

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

Black History Month

The neglected history of Black mapmaking in America shows the creative ways in which Black people have historically used mapping to document their stories.

Our chairwoman and founder spoke to Inc. about the importance of culture at Urban ONE.

Black History Month

Amid a growing effort to revise Black history, this month in particular is a great time to keep yourself and others accurately educated and informed by reading any or all of these books.

Disney research fellow and "Imagineer" Lanny Smoot made Black history when he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

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Nikki Haley's non-answer about what started the Civil War upheld a partisan tradition.