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Determined to diversify the imagery featured on adult coloring book apps, a Washington D.C.-based married couple launched Color Noir; a…
A second-grader who highlighted the legacy of Bessie Coleman for a school project got the opportunity to meet the late…
Louisville-based Simmons College has launched a new program that aims to increase the representation of Black teachers in public schools.
The initiative Call Me MISTER is aiming to increase the number of Black and Latino male teachers within Chicago’s public…
Through ICON MANN, entrepreneur Tamara Houston is aiming to change the negative perception of Black men in the media.
Zoe Terry, 11, founded the non-profit Zoe’s Dolls as an avenue to encourage Black girls to have a positive self-image.
Lynette Abbott created her business Craft My Occasion to increase the racial representation in children’s party supplies.