Amanda Gorman, the nation's first youth poet laureate and youngest poet at a presidential inauguration, captivated the hearts of Americans while she read her poem, "The Hill We Climb." Read it in its entirety here.
America is officially under new leadership after the historic inauguration of Joe Biden, the 46th president of the United States, and Kamala Harris, the first-ever Black woman vice president.
The historic election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is culminating in their inaugurations on Wednesday morning, marking the beginning of a new era and the decided end to another.
As Kamala Harris becomes the first Black woman vice president of the United States, let's revisit some of the memorable moments from her illustrious political career that still has an upward trajectory.
The Howard University marching band's drumline will escort Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to the White House during the virtual "Parade Across America" after they are sworn-in on Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C.
Michelle Obama's facial expressions on Donald Trump's Inauguration Day were those of a Black woman who’d had enough trying to pretend the corroded lemons in front of her could be turned into lemonade.
Several Black celebrities, including Solange Knowles and Danny Glover, raised a collective call for hope during a peace ball at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. on Thursday night.
On January 20, 2009, we stood shoulder to shoulder and braved the cutting air as Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in. History unfolded before our eyes, and we wondered if we’d stand in those spots for that purpose ever again.
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