BLACK HISTORY MONTH STORIES
Reimagining Black History in the Classroom
Kaya Henderson, Co-founder and CEO of Reconstruction US, shares how students of all backgrounds can benefit from an education curriculum highlighting African American culture and contributions to American history.
Giving a Voice to Professional Female Athle...
Terri Jackson, Executive Director of the Women’s National Basketball Players Association, shares what inspires her to lead the women athletes of the WNBA and her role in negotiating the historic agreement.
Breaking Barriers in Professional Sports
Jennifer King, Assistant Coach of the Washington Football Team, shares how her passion for the game of football at a young age set her on a path toward breaking gender barriers of her own.
COVID-19 in Communities of Color
Diversity in the Green Sector: Engaging Com...
Angelou Ezeilo, Founder and CEO of the Greening Youth Foundation, provides insight on programs designed to connect diverse young adults to the outdoors and careers in conservation.
Increasing the Ranks: Black Women in Electe...
The Rev. Leah D. Daughtry and Minyon Moore, Co-convenors of Power Rising, shed light on the increasing number of Black women elected to public office and the importance of representation.
Broadband Insecurity: Advancing Digital Equ...
Nicol Turner-Lee, Director of the Center for Technology Innovation and Senior Fellow of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, shares how the COVID-19 pandemic greater emphasized the digital divide.
Voting Rights Advancement Act