Black History Month

The standards state that students will learn about how “slaves developed skills which, in some instances, could be applied for their personal benefit.”
More nuanced stories about our leaders can release the shame around queerness and gender fluidity.
The movie star also revealed why he doesn't subscribe to the term "African American."
Author and activist George M. Johnson joins HuffPost editor in chief Danielle Belton to discuss being one of the most-banned authors in America and how Black storytelling is an act of resistance.
How Oui The People's refillable metal razor helps customers feel comfortable in their own skin.
The attorney addressed the NAACP Image Awards following Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' rejection of a new AP African American Studies course.
As Black History Month draws to a close, HuffPost Black Voices Editor Taryn Finley explains why celebrating Black history, culture and achievements shouldn’t stop at the end of February.
The governor's press secretary called a statement by a senior NBC reporter a "blatant lie."
Dominique Leach built her own business from scratch with talent, hard work and ambition — and it didn't come without its challenges.
She put Missy Elliott in that blow-up tracksuit and dressed Jay-Z in yellow linen. Fashion stylist and creative director June Ambrose discusses the impact of her iconic looks and what motivates her to be an industry changemaker.