21 Reasons This Was The Greatest Black History Month Ever
It was lit, fam.
When Twitter gave the #BlackHistoryMonth hashtag a new custom emoji.
When Beyoncé got us into "Formation" by giving us a self-love single and the world a politically charged video.
And then double-downed on the message at the Super Bowl the next day.
When Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (and his smile) also made it to the big game. Even though he lost, it was great to see the MVP make it there.
When Kendrick gave the blackest Grammy performance ever after winning Rap Album of the Year.
When ABC Entertainment named Channing Dungey president, making her the first black person to run a broadcast network.
When Black-ish kept it all the way real during the show's episode on police brutality.
In fact, Obamas just kept showing out during their last Black History Month in the White House tbh.
When PBS aired an incredible documentary on the Black Panthers and it sparked a great conversation on Twitter.
When The New Yorker honored Harlem's Schomburg Centre with this cover.
When the New York Times did this feature on what it's like to be a POC in Hollywood.
When Rihanna dropped the "Work" video.
When the Jesse Owens biopic Race hit theaters.
When American Girl released its third black doll on the company's 30th anniversary.
And finally, when we were blessed with “Ultralight Beam.”
What was your favorite moment from this year's Black History Month?
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