Good Morning. I hope that you are enjoying this weekend with family and friends.
If you need to see a little black joy, please watch my moms reaction when I told her I got into law school with a $40,000 annual scholarship 🤩 pic.twitter.com/KDo4c19WYl
— Mel (@ladyfromdalou) June 10, 2020
This is crazy! FIVE! of my books are on the NYT this week! Thank you so much to everyone who has supported and thank you to those who helped bring them to life. Congratulations to @MatthewACherry and @Lupita_Nyongo @LittleBrownYR @SimonKIDS @KokilaBooks & thank you for your work! pic.twitter.com/aQ9WfQjgY3
— Vashti Harrison (@VashtiHarrison) June 10, 2020
These century-old organizations are finally appointing Black leaders for the first time in their histories pic.twitter.com/yg3EUO2Vz9
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) June 11, 2020
The show featured soul, funk, R&B, and hip-hop artists during a time when there were no networks devoted exclusively to African American music. Soul Train was a televised opportunity for African Americans to see the latest styles, hair, and dances. #APeoplesGroove pic.twitter.com/A5RdP1gMOb
— Smithsonian NMAAHC (@NMAAHC) June 10, 2020
Black people everywhere. Just want to be clear. This emoji 🙆🏾♀️🙆🏾♀️🙆🏾♀️
Is Regina Hall now. I don't make the rules. pic.twitter.com/CWaErcjwQI
— Kevín (@KevOnStage) June 11, 2020
Impressive. I’d like to see them fold a fitted sheet.
Good Morning, Everyone 😄😄😄