All Black Everything


Happy Black History Month!

Even though I firmly believe we should celebrate African diversity and culture all year long, February is a great time to reflect and remember the contributions the black community has had over the world. As we dust off our history books and connect to our roots of the past, make sure to include the progressions that black people are making today. Whether it’s supporting a black business, movie, book, art, etc, black history is about celebrating the past, present, and the growing future. Let’s continue to spark revolutions and conversations of inclusivity and the importance of representation. Here’s a list of things to see, hear, read, and support in honor of being black.

  1. Black Panther: World of Wakanda-Ta-Nehisi Coates


2. “A Fire That No Water Could Put Out”: Civil Rights Photography

Where: High Museum in Atlanta, Georgia

Dates: On display until April 29th, 2018


3.  Maya Angelou-And Still I Rise (documentary)


3. Eso Wan Bookstore

Where: Los Angeles, California


4. All Our Names-Dinaw Mengestu


5. Kat Colors (art)

Artist: Troy Beltran



















6. Negroland- a memoir- Margo Jefferson


7. BASE-Black Arts and Science Expo


When: Fri, Aug 31, 2018, 10:00 AM –Sun, Sep 2, 2018, 5:00 PM EST

Where: 84 Walton St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30303


8. Black Violin (music)


When: April 22nd, 2018 8pm

Where: Atlanta Symphony Hall




Make sure to link/add any of your favorite black history musings on the blog! Let’s support one another. #wakandaforever


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