Join Us For Sunday Dinner
These families come together to make meals and memories!
Young Dylan’s Harlem Renaissance Crossword
Do you know the title of Langston Hughe's most famous poem? Who the first woman to become a millionaire in America was? Give your brain a stretch and brush up on your Harlem Renaissance history!
Black History: Story of the People
Say it loud and proud with this bop from Idris Goodwin.
Georgia’s Youngest Certified Farmer
She has her very own garden where she grows beets, blueberries, okra, and carrots (her favorite).
Delicious Dips, Done Right
Twelve-year-old vegan chef Omari is proving that food can be healthy AND tasty as he helps others get into vegan cooking with his homemade vegan dip recipes.
Why We Celebrate Juneteenth!
Juneteenth celebrates freedom and the end of slavery in the United States. As of 2021, it is recognized as a federal holiday.
Girl Scout Troop 6000 was created to serve and empower girls experiencing homelessness in New York City by giving them a community to learn, grow, and support one another.
Nick News: Coding with Avye
13-year-old Avye has loved coding since she was seven, and wants to help others experience the same joy by introducing more girls to STEM.
Nick News Break: Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first black woman to be nominated for Associate Justice on the U.S Supreme Court. Nick News has more on her potential appointment.
Black History Month Reading List
Let’s celebrate Black stories with these amazing books!
Rhymes Through Times Memory Game
Test your memory might as we learn about some of Black history’s most influential people.