There are so many initiatives, events, and campaigns celebrating Black History Month. I am glad to participate in a paid partnership and share the “Dream In Black” campaign by AT&T. The Dream In Black 28 Future Makers List is part of the 10th anniversary of AT&T 28 Days, where they are celebrating 28 inspiring influencers and their great stories from the past, present and future.
I had the honor of participating in the official launch and announced the first seven influencers honored as part of the Dream In Black 28 Future Makers List. Every week during Black History Month, we will meet seven more sharing what it means to Dream in Black.
KIDS DREAMING IN BLACK
Teaching our children about Black History helps them to Dream In Black. We can teach Black History to our children by exposing them to the future leaders that paved a way for our liberties and freedoms like Dr. King, but also going beyond Dr. King sharing African American authors, or cooking a soul food meal together, or listening to a jazz or blues artist can also open their eyes to the culture. Or perhaps you can share the story of AT&T’s Dream In Black Future Maker Zendaya Coleman with them, I’m pretty sure they will be able to relate to her.
DREAM IN BLACK + WIN
There are a few ways for you to win prizes. Join us on Saturday, February 15th for the announcement of the next group of influencers by joining our Twitter Party and be entered to win some awesome prizes at 11:30am CST by using the #DreamInBlack.
You can also post a photo or video through February 28th sharing your “making history” story using the #DreamInBlack on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for your chance to be added to the Dream In Black Future Makers List and win a trip for two to Hollywood to have a meet and greet with Yara Shahidi and Anthony Anderson and attend a special taping.