Each February, we observe Black History Month to remember important people and events in Black history. Black history relates to all citizens and our shared backgrounds as Americans. Use these Flocabulary resources to honor Black history in your curriculum—not just for the month, but all year long.
To ensure these stories are widely available, we’ve made these units free for the month of February.
Our first student-created rap
In February of 2019, Flocabulary held a nation-wide contest calling for students to write and perform raps about an important figure in Black History. The winner was flown to our music studio in New York City to participate in the creation of a song and music video about their person. Our winner ended up writing the lyrics and rapping the song himself, which was beyond what we had ever imagined!
Learn About Leaders & Figures in Black History
Scroll through to check out what resources exist on Flocabulary, and click on an image to view the lesson.
Learn About Prominent Events in Black History
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