Black parents: if you’re looking for a fresh, new way to motivate and inspire your kids, newly-launched website MyAncestorsDidDat.com has exactly what you need.
The website highlights the many achievements made by African Americans, and also offers a collection of merchandise which includes sweatshirts, totes, onesies and T-shirts featuring interesting graphics that depict African American inventions.
Black Girls Code is a non-profit organization with a goal to make women of color a more present force in the digital space.
Having already inspired thousands of black girls throughout America, the organization has recently announced a partnership with General Motors, which comes with a sizable donation; $255,000, to be exact.
With at least 95% of buildings destroyed in the wake of Hurricane Irma, the tiny island of Barbuda has been declared “barely habitable.” Now, residents are being forced to move.
The government of Antigua and Barbuda has today ordered a mandatory evacuation, and has organized transportation for Barbuda residents to to go to neighboring island Antigua to wait out Hurricane Jose, which has strengthened to category 4 and is expected to make impact in the northern Leeward Islands by Saturday.
If you’re an artist or a lover of art/art collector, you are probably familiar with the work of famous names in art such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, and Vincent van Gogh, but being a black artist or art lover can leave you feeling starved for the work of black artists, as many tend to go unrecognized. By the end of this article, hopefully, that problem will be solved.
Here are six digital art galleries and collections owned by black visual artists.
For most women, the most tedious part of a trip to the salon to get their hair done is the part where they have to sit beneath a hair dryer for at least an hour. One inventor/entrepreneur has found a solution to this age-old annoyance.
Mississippi-based inventor Martin McCurtis’ creation is the Momentum UpFlow hair dryer, an invention that is like the hair dryer 2.0: it reduces the time to dry women’s hair by 50%.