“I wanted to share the work of two artists,” says Michelle Obama promoting ‘BLACK ARTISTS’!

As the celebrations of ‘Black History Month 2021,’ is approaching its fag end, celebrities and popular personalities are contributing their personal share and concern towards the black minority. Of late, the American actress Kerry Washington had shared a vintage photograph celebrating her ‘BLACK HISTORY’ in association with celebrating “Black History Month.’

The recent highlight among the ‘Black History Month’ celebration was one of the posts shared by Michelle Obama, the first African-American first lady and wife of Barack Obama, the 44th American President. Barack and Michelle Obama, who celebrated their 28th Wedding Anniversary with a couple of heartfelt Posts, have been phenomenally known for their works to support the black minority hitherto.

Recently, Michelle Obama took to her Instagram page to promote some black artists as a part of honoring the black history.

Black History Month 2021: Michelle Obama honored her favorite ‘Black Artists’

Michelle Obama honored her favorite 'Black Artists'
Michelle Obama honored her favorite ‘Black Artists’

“Black artists have always used their work to express the emotion of a particular moment in history. I wanted to share the work of two artists—Jalen Whitner and Brianna Pippens—who have been doing just that as they highlight the stories of Black activists from all walks of life. #BlackHistoryMonth,” posted Michelle Obama.

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Among all the black artists out there she picked her top favorites Jalen Whitner and Brianna Pippens. Along with hailing both these artists through her valuable words, she also shared a tiny snapshot of their artistry.

Black History Month
Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. It has received official recognition from governments in the United States and Canada and more recently has been observed in Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

Since 1976, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme.

The Black History Month 2021 theme, “Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity” explores the African diaspora, and the spread of Black families across the United States.

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