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Believe it or not, February is nearing its end. That also means the holiday that began as “National Negro Week” in 1926 — which has evolved into a celebration of honoring black thinkers, creators and people who’ve helped change the world — is coming to a close. But in recent years, people have questioned the […]

In her most powerful video to date, Eunique Jones Gibson, a young culture architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, chose to uphold the values of responsible leadership and humanity with her “Salute To Dr. King.” The video is an extension of Gibson’s adorable “Because of Them We Can” Black History Month campaign — a series of […]

Sankofa. It’s a Asanta Adinkra symbol that roughly translates in English to “reach back and get it.” Essentially, it represents learning from the past to know where you are going in the future. That’s the message Eunique Jones Gibson, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, wanted to send in celebration of […]

The sky is the limit for Black History Month. That’s the message Eunique Jones Gibson, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, wanted to send in celebration of February — in the most adorable of ways. In February 2013, Gibson released a series of engaging and “aww-inducing” photographs in an effort to “educate and connect a […]

Think about the confidence, creativity and esteem of singer and artist Janelle Monae. Now think of what it means to transfer that power to our young daughters and sisters. That’s exactly what a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to do with her newest visual narrative to celebrate Black History Month — […]

Imagine the greatness of The Cosby Show. Now imagine the greatness of The Cosby Show acted out by the most adorable children you have ever seen. Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington […]

Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to get back to basics — in the most adorable of ways. In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging and […]

Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to get back to basics — in the most adorable of ways. In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging and […]

Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to get back to basics — in the most adorable of ways. In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging and […]

Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to get back to basics — in the most adorable of ways. In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging and […]

In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging photographs in an effort to “educate and connect a new generation to heroes who have paved the way” — a successful and powerful message that was both meant to create an accurate narrative of our past and transform the dilution of Black History Month. A few days ago, we […]

Understanding Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s purpose behind creating an annual ritual to acknowledge and accumulate the contributions of blacks in the face of overt racism, a young cultural architect from the Washington D.C. metropolitan area decided to get back to basics. In February 2013, Eunique Jones Gibson released a series of engaging  and “aww-inducing” photographs in an effort to “educate and connect […]