Black News and Culture

Celebrating Black History Month in Miami County – Miami County Republic

Where are the progressive religious voices on Trump? – Abilene Reporter-News

Go go finally crowned official music of DC after #DontMuteDC push – TheGrio

Charles Hobson, Who Helped Break a TV Color Line, Dies at 83 – The New York Times

Wexton Gets Tour of Loudoun’s Hidden Black History – Loudoun Now

VOICES: ‘In this crisis, we’re going to figure out who we are’ – Facing South

Higher black employment counts as progress, but justice requires systemic changes – MinnPost

On the black women suffragists who sparked and continue the voting rights movement – The Hub at Johns Hopkins

Why Black Twitter matters for brands – PRWeek

What It Means to Be Black in America – The New York Times

14 Black Thought Leaders Defining Cool-Girl Beauty Right Now – Yahoo Lifestyle

Afro Drag celebrates local Black drag voices – Cult MTL

Yes, we do need Black History Month – The Anchor

Spotify Amplifies Year-Round Black History Celebration with Black History Is Now: Phenomenal Black Music – RESPECT.

3 Black History Makers You Should Know – News One

The gray area of casting for characters of color in games – The Verge

Warp Trio presents ‘black voices’ to campus – CSULA University Times

Royceann Porter’s journey, from overcoming ‘culture shock’ in rural Iowa to making Johnson County history – Little Village

Black representation matters – Daily Aztec

Black at Rice: Black students reflect on Black History Month – The Rice Thresher

Speakers forum: Black voices, origins, and futures – KUOW News and Information

Black History, Black Present: Nubian Message – NC State News

Celebrate Black History Month in Comics with Marvel’s Voices – Black Girl Nerds

‘What the hell’s the matter with your campaign?’ – POLITICO

Students celebrate gospel music with Voices of GVSU – Grand Valley Lanthorn

Meet Trump’s Voice to Black America – OZY

Bookstore replaces classical novel covers with Black protagonists – RU Daily Targum

$1 Million Grant Goes to Record Black Women’s Histories – The New York Times

Cottage Grove woman opts for podcasts to equalize black voices in media – St. Paul Pioneer Press

Podcasts grow as alternative media form – St. Paul Pioneer Press