It's such a simple shirt with such an important list of Black History leaders on it. And Target has it in every size, from onesies to toddlers to adults!
(P.S. My nine-year old BEGGED me to buy this shirt for her 3rd grade teacher last year during Black History Month.)
I absolutely love the message that this tri-tone hooded sweatshirt is sending: history is alive and I'm a part of it!
Cool enamel pins are all the rage right now for kids on their backpacks and denim jackets. Grab this pin set to help them show off their awareness of Black History any time of the year!
This clever porcelain mug highlights the accomplishments of 8 famous African American inventors including Madame CJ Walker and Garrett Morgan! It would make a great gift for a teacher too!
Target is supreme at empowering kids with big messages, and none is more powerful during Black History month than simply saying, "Black is Beautiful" with this long sleeve t-shirt.
Simple phrases like "Uplift Each Other" and "Yes We Can" mean so much to so many. These pencils are the ideal way to celebrate Black History month by sharing those words of empowerment with others!
It's so nice to see one of the most loved female heroes of the Civil War get the star treatment in a movie of her own! The Harriet DVD showcases her life starting at birth and continuing through her organization of the Underground Railroad and all of the trials and triumphs that came along the way.
This sweatshirt is already selling out because of how much this message resonates for Black History Month. Wear it with pride all February and beyond!
First she got a LEGO figurine, and now she's got a Barbie in her likeness! Katherine Johnson was a pioneering NASA mathematician who was a key figure in the Space Race but who has only recently been celebrated for her success. Getting the little (or big!) kids in your life this doll might help them reach the stars!
I adore these "Little" picture books as some of the best introductions to history for kids. Each page features a short bio on a leader or legend, with a cartoon illustration on the other. It's an amazing way for kids to start stockpiling knowledge and facts about these amazing individuals in Black History!
I have a hard girl-crush on Elaine Welteroth and this book sent me over the edge. She's the editor who made Teen Vogue relevant, a senior beauty editor at Glamour, a beauty and style editor at Ebony and a fierce judge on Project Runway. But she also just happens to be an amazingly powerful and uplifting individual who helps inspire individuals to soar in life.
Target has collaborated with Melissa Butler's "Lip Bar" brand to provide a signature color honoring"Black royalty" for Black History Month. She wanted to start a brand selling vibrant colors of vegan lipstick in organic formulas for women of all skin tones and has succeeded with her Target line!
"I am my ancestor's wildest dreams!!! And I couldn't be more proud to follow the path that was created by iconic women like Madam C.J. Walker, the beauty mogul whose innovations are still impacting black beauty trends today."
Serena Williams is one of the best athletes the world has ever seen and is a monumental figure in Black History, but how did that happen? This children's book shares how Serena found her place in the world, starting with finding her place in her own family.