Black history is made every day, and we all should remember that year-round.
To honor Black history means to create opportunities for it to continue to be made. And that goes far beyond the 28 days of February.
As one of the pinnacles of African American history, NAACP is committed to ensuring that the legacy of the Black community in this country continues to thrive.
So, no matter how many roadblocks we face, we will continue to advocate for voting rights legislation. We will continue to clear the path to quality education by awarding Black students with scholarships for college through our N-SPIRE program. We will continue to create opportunities for growth and scalability for Black entrepreneurs by providing funding, grants, and resources through our Black-Owned Business Resource Center on Hello Alice.
And come February 26 at 8 pm ET, we will celebrate Black excellence at the highest level at the 53rd NAACP Image Awards live on BET.
Black History Spotlight
Oldest remains of modern humans are much older than thought, researchers say
Victor Glover becomes 1st Black astronaut to arrive at space station for long-term stay
Sidney Poitier, Oscar-winning actor and Hollywood's first Black movie star, dies at 94
2021 National Spelling Bee Champ Zaila Avant-garde Makes History as First Black American Winner
Dr KMarie King, First Black Woman Chair Of Surgery At An Academic Health Center In The Nation
Delaware State Makes History As The First HBCU To Own Another University
Black History Month
Blacks in the Civil War
VP Kamala Harris makes History!