(Video) SNL Cast Takes On Black History Month!

As Black History Month kicks off, so have he skits. Kenan Thompson, Jay Pharaoh And Sasheer gave you their rendition of a history lesson in a rap; hit the jump for the hilarious parody!

Kicks: Get A Look At The Full Nike “Black History Month” Collection

The 4th BHM Collection was officially unveiled this week via Nike. This year’s collection is themed “Sports Royalty” and royal colors can be seen through in the purple, burgundy, gold, black and grey hues. In total, there are 23 products including shoes, clothing, and equipment. The whole collection hits Nike.com and select retailers on February 1st. Hit the jump to get a look at the full collection and more info and every piece involved…

Mix-N-Mash: @4UCaps98 x New Era Los Angeles Kings & Nike “Black History Month” Basketball Collection

Today’s mix n mash is brought to us by 4UCaps. Featuring the  New Era Los Angeles Kings. Along with the Nike “Black History Month”  Basketball Collection. Hit the jump to look at the gallery…..

IFWT Celebrates Black History Month: Honoring Jackie Robinson

Today, we honor Jackie Robinson, the first black Major League Baseball player. His debut on the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 shattered the baseball color line. We thank you for your contribution to sports and society as a whole! Read more about this legend below.

IFWT Celebrates Black History Month: Honoring Benjamin Bradley

Benjamin Bradley was born a slave in 1830 in Maryland. Although it was against the law for a slave to be educated, Bradley was educated by his master’s children. He would develop a skill in mathematics and for engineering. During his teenage years, Bradley began to develop what would become the first ever steam engine. He would eventually hold a job position at the United States Naval Academy were he would further develop the steam engine. Although he was never allowed to patent his work, he was paid and therefore purchased his freedom. Read more about Benjamin Bradley below.

IFWT Celebrates Black History Month: Honoring Curt Flood

Curt Flood was a Major League Baseball player who spent most of his career as a center fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals. A defensive standout, he led the National League in putouts four times and in fielding percentage twice, winning Gold Glove Awards in his last seven full seasons from 1963-1969. He also batted over .300 six times, and led the NL in hits (211) in 1964. He retired with the third most games in center field (1683) in NL history, trailing only Willie Mays and Richie Ashburn. Read more about him below.

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