Try Me: “By Any Means Necessary”

Today is the last Black History Month & Cool Shirt Friday post for February. If you haven’t done so already, please be sure to check out my previous posts celebrating: George Washington Carver, Harriet Tubman, and Rosa Parks. Today’s post is in tribute to Malcolm X: Often seen as polarizing and controversial, Malcolm X brought…

Nah: “I Don’t Think I Should Have to Stand Up.”

Today’s Cool Shirt Friday and Black History Month edition is in tribute to Rosa Parks. For a full biography on Rosa Parks you can look at the biography.com profile here. On December 1, 1955, after a long day’s work at a Montgomery department store, where she worked as a seamstress, Rosa Parks boarded the Cleveland…

We Out: Taking a Ride On the Underground Railroad

Today’s Cool Shirt Friday and Black History Month edition is in tribute to Harriet Tubman. A seminal figure in the Abolition Movement, Harriet Tubman was involved in the liberation of countless slaves during a conflicted time in America’s history. Tubman’s efforts before, during, and after the Civil War have led to her being voted to…

Let’s Go Nuts for George Washington Carver

It’s Friday and its February, and in the spirit of Black History Month, it’s a special edition of Cool Shirt Friday. Today’s tribute is to Mr. George Washington Carver. (c) biography.com I researched him at biography.com and learned some new things about him. You can check out the full biography using this link. Here are…