Black History Month

Videos

LEVI'S THE 2020 PROJECT
7:21

The 2020 Project: E2 Spill

Visual artist, Shikeith, carves out a new future for black men through his art.
Let Lee Explain
5:34

Why Black History Month Shouldn't Exist

VICE Guide To Right Now's Lee Adams breaks down why Black History Month shouldn't be a thing. Before you think otherwise, hear him out.
VICE Live / Clip
3:22

RAPPER A$AP TWELVYY'S SPORTSDESK

Rapper A$AP Twelvyy breaks down the latest in sports news at the Vice Live A$AP Sportsdesk.
VICE Live / Clip
8:06

JUMAANE WILLIAMS INTERVIEW

Newly elected New York City public advocate, Jumaane Williams, speaks with Vice Live hosts Sandy and Marie.
Back In My Day
6:30

Two Generations of Black Activists Discuss the Past and Future of Social Justice

Black activists from the past and now sit down and have a conversation.
VICE Labs
0:45

Who is Allowed to Say the 'N' Word? - VICE Voices

We asked some of our colleagues here at VICE, "Who can say the N Word?"
VICE Labs
5:27

A Day in Weeksville: Brooklyn's Historic, Free Black Town

VICELAND visits what's left of a town founded by freed slaves in the middle of Crown Heights, Brooklyn in 1838.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
3:37

Bruce Rauner, Milk, and Diversity

He need some milk! Hyatt executive Tyronne Stoudemire and Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth in the most awkward and lactose-intolerant way possible.
VICE Shorties
1:19

Black History You Should Know: Sharecropping

Slavery in America didn’t exactly end in 1863. VICE's Akil Gibbons explains how a modern form known as "sharecropping" still exists today.
DESUS & MERO / Clip
1:23

MLK: I Have Supreme

MLK Jr. makes an appearance on the Supreme X Civil Rights Act 1964 collab.
VICE Labs
2:05

Black Trademarked Photo Editing Software History *IRL*

Messiah Rhodes learns about roles played by black soldiers in the Revolutionary War while taking part in a reenactment of the Battle of Long Island.
VICE Specials
12:39

The Black Women's Defense League Taking Aim at Racism and Misogyny

VICE's Wilbert L. Cooper meets the Black Women's Defense League, a Dallas-based womanist organization known for its pro-gun stance.