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"Lift Every Every Voice And Sing," a poem written by James Weldon Johnson - often dubbed "The Black National Anthem" - was first performed on Feb. 12, 1900. Here's what you need to know about it.

Clubhouse is all the wave, and it has no one to thank but Black creatives for its success.

Ronald McNair, who died in the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion in 1986, overcame the racism of the Jim Crow South to become the first HBCU graduate to be an astronaut and the second African American person in space.

For your MLK Day viewing pleasure, TV One is sharing educational and entertaining content centered around an icon of the Civil Rights movement.

Diddy shares an Instagram video of viral comedy creator Druski (@druski2funny) in new video seemingly advertising his Deleón Tequila with the catchy tagline, "owned by a Black man." Druski shared the video two days before entertainment mogul Diddy and the three minute video already reached over 1.2 million views. 

Travis P. Jackson, the lively founder and CEO of HBCU Pride Nation, spoke with One Yard about the enterprising businessman and motivational speaker company that is inspired by all-things historically Black colleges and universities.

When it comes to the holidays, Black folks just seem to do things, er, a bit different from other families. On Thanksgiving, that fact gets magnified exponentially.

New One X series "Behind The Battle" kicks off by introducing male and female members of Jackson State University Tigers Sonic Boom Of The South marching band who detail their signature elements.

Politics in the United States is insanely polarizing. Still, the #MyNameIs hashtag was refreshing to see, displaying how we could all come together to call out racism when it is blatantly obvious.