Buns. Afros. Braids. Any way you wear it, the hair you were born with is naturally beautiful — and uniquely amazing.
Simple words send a powerful message: When you love yourself — and those around you — there's nothing you can't do!
A transformative trip to the barbershop freshens up a young boy's look — and makes him feel like a king.
A shooting star helps a bright young girl born "the color of midnight" learn to embrace her beauty, inside and out.
This alphabet book highlights the accomplishments of 26 inspiring Black women, from Ava DuVernay to Zakiya Randall.
A father and son share memories, talk about their feelings and find strength in being exactly who they are.
Big dreams, beautiful faces. Two picture books put Black boys in the spotlight, celebrating the little things that bring us all joy.
A young dancer aspires to be just like her idol, the famed "Firebird" ballerina who worked hard to achieve her own dreams.
Race is part of our story, but it isn't all we are — because, beneath our skin, we all look the same. Our differences are in the details.
Finding the courage to share your story can connect you to others — even when you feel all alone.
Learn nine simple steps to becoming antiracist so you can teach others in your life to do the same.
A family of four joins thousands of others in the nation's capital for the historic March on Washington in 1963.