Friday marks the first day of Black Restaurant Week in Seattle and other parts of Washington.
The book, written by hip-hop documentarian & author Ace Clark, was created to uplift and inspire Black youth.
As we celebrate Black History Month, a South Seattle community radio station turned a historic theater into a pop-up museum to highlight the importance of Black history, both locally and nationally.
A South Seattle community radio station has turned a historic theater into a pop-up museum for all things Black history.
For $5, moviegoers can see a select set of films starring or created by Black filmmakers and actors. Here's the list.
“In a world where representation matters more than ever, we share ‘My Story,’” FOX Entertainment said.
This year’s theme highlights the influence Black artists have had on visual and performing arts, as well as literature, fashion, music, film, and much more.
A prestigious medical school will see its first Black woman neurosurgery resident ever.
The “Shadow of a Face” monument replaced a statue of Christopher Columbus which was removed in June 2020.
FOX 13 Seattle is sharing inspiring stories for Black History Month. Brian Jackson and Franque Thompson highlights some of the people and places that you should know about in our community.
Seattle isn’t exactly known as a style capital, but this is where Kahlana Barfield Brown tailored her fashion sense. Now her fashion line can be found in Target stores nationwide.
Through the years, postal stamps have commemorated the achievements of African Americans and landmark moments that were pivotal to race relations in America.
Central District was once Seattle's historically Black neighborhood, and now the Africatown Community Land Trust is looking to restore that legacy.
As FOX 13 continues to celebrate Black History Month, we take a look at the achievements made in the performing arts. The world-renowned Pacific Northwest Ballet recently promoted its very first Black female soloist and primary dancers.
Michelle Obama’s recent celebrity-filled book tour is becoming a podcast.
Obama administration Treasury Secretary Jack Lew had selected Tubman to replace Andrew Jackson, the nation’s seventh president, on the $20 bill. But that was years ago.
Every year, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) chooses the theme for Black History Month.
Should Black Americans be compensated for generations of oppression? From local communities to the steps of Congress, a PBS documentary airing on this MLK Day highlights the debate over reparations for slave descendants.
A new bar honoring Seattle's Negro League team, the Steelheads, will open across the street from T-Mobile Park.
With history, there is always a starting point.