MY HERO Celebrates Black History Month. Learn about Heroes in Music, Art, and Literature.
Amanda Gorman, America's First Youth Poet Laureate
"For there was always light. If only we're brave enough to see it. If only we're brave enough to be it." Audio of The Hill We Climb
Spike Lee is an Academy Award-winning producer, director, writer, and actor whose films wrestle with social justice issues that affect the Black community.
Emerging filmmaker Gabrielle Gorman's poetic filmmaking confronts issues like identity, racism and self-love.
Langston Hughes did not confine himself to revealing just the cadences of black music to his readers. Rather, he wanted his audience to taste the whole of the African-American experience.
Celebrating African American Art Heroes through Art
Artwork curated by MY HERO Arts Education and Gallery director Giselle Villatoro.
Short films curated by MY HERO International Film Festival director Wendy Milette.
Hero Stories curated by MY HERO General Editor and Story Director Shannon Luders-Manuel.
Audio curated by MY HERO Audio director Stu Pearlman.
Organizer created on 1/27/2019 8:30:51 PM by MY HERO Staff
Last edited 2/13/2021 1:07:08 AM by Shannon Luders-Manuel