Black Glory

Camille Friend discusses the challenges of developing a new African-based aesthetic.
Now is the time for the world to applaud us, to protect us, to respect us, to center us.
The first black woman to make a U.S. Olympic speedskating team was eliminated in a 1,500-meter short-track heat.
"It’s a fantasy film that is not about some white boys fighting evil, but about a black girl overcoming it," Taylor Richardson wrote.
It's more than Black Panther. It's an entire movement.
“I didn’t listen. I wasn’t kind. I had an attitude,” the comedian says in his new Netflix special.
In a world flooded with images, artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald show that painting can still shape American history.
Shirley Chisholm was the first African-American Congresswoman and the first black person to run for a presidential nomination in a major party.
Pacifist Bayard Rustin was behind the scenes of some of the biggest moments of the civil rights movement.
Some of the most iconic moments in style history came from black designers.
“We’re giving black people power, royalty. ... We can be superheroes," he said, linking the party to the movie.
Toni Morrison is a Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer whose novels like “Beloved” unapologetically depict the African-American experience. #BlackGlory #BlackHistoryMonth
Every black girl should be able to see themselves in all their glory.
Tennis legend Arthur Ashe was also a tireless advocate for social justice and health education.
One cause for good doesn’t diminish the greatness of other causes aimed at systemic change.
These movies and series streaming on Netflix, Hulu & Amazon Prime should be on your watch list for Black History Month.
Meet the trailblazer Barack Obama called the “Godmother of Civil Rights.” Dorothy Height was the 40-year president of the National Council of Negro Women.
Ida B. Wells helped found the NAACP and crusaded tirelessly against lynching in the United States.
These rappers are giving back in a big way.
Poet, rapper & actor Saul Williams shares a piece of his poetry.