Wyatt Tee Walker

We are pleased to spotlight Wyatt Tee Walker in day eighteen of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Wyatt Tee Walker is the man behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The famous photo of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in an Alabama jail cell was made […]

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Ann Lowe (16)

We are pleased to spotlight Ann Lowe in day sixteen of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Ann Lowe is the the first notable Black American Designer. Lowe learned her craft in her family’s custom dress shop in Alabama and then moved to Florida in 1916, where she […]

28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History | Jerry Pinkney (7)

We are pleased to spotlight Jerry Pinkney in day seven of our first annual 28 Days of Little Known Facts About (Black) American History Jerry Pinkney, a prolific children’s book author and illustrator and has been internationally recognized for his contribution to the arts Pinkney was born in the Germantown section of Philadelphia in 1939. […]

Why Black History Month is Necessary & Vital

“In an ideal world, Black History Month wouldn’t be necessary. But we don’t live in one.” With stories of racial profiling still making national headlines, Haiti being referred to as a “shithole” country by the the nation’s current sitting president, and Africa being oft referred to as a country (it’s a continent); it’s painfully obvious […]