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15 Black Content Creators to Follow

February is Black History Month, which can be traced back to 1915, when an organization called the ASALH, led by Harvard-educated historian Carter G. Woodson, was formed. By the 1960s, the week had transformed into a full month of celebrations and was signified as a national observance in 1976.

Many organizations, outlets, and creators are honoring this month by supporting Black businesses, using TikTok to learn about it, and brushing up on Black literature.

As Dr. Cornel West said, “If your success is defined as being well adjusted to injustice and well adapted to indifference, then we don’t want successful leaders. We want great leaders who love and respect the people enough to be unbought, unbound, unafraid, and unintimidated to tell the truth.”

To celebrate Black History Month, we highlight some hardworking and artistic content creators who inspire us with their leadership and ability to use their content to connect and inform.

From fashion bloggers to photographers to creative consultants, here are some Black influencers and content creators you should follow.

#1 Michell Clark: Author & Digital Strategist


#2 Tabitha Brown: “World’s Favorite Mom” on TikTok


#3 Christopher Griffin: A “Brooklyn-based Black queer non-binary kween”


#4 Ms. Kristine: Plus Size Influencer


#5 Amber Burns: Freelance Writer, Book Blogger, and Content Creator


#6 Damar Little: Photographer and Graphic Designer


#7 Polly Irungu: Founder of Black Women Photographers 


#8 Nana Agyemang: CEO of EveryStylishGirl


#9 Sofi at The Odditty


#10 Jaimmy Koroma: Lifestyle Influencer & Art Director


#11 Candace Hampton: Fashion & Beauty Influencer


#12 Terrell and Jarius: Content Creators


#13 Ayana Gabrielle Lage: Blogger


#14 Janelle Lloyd: Fashion Influencer


#15 Donye Taylor: Creative Motivator and Consultant



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