The first faceoff Monday night between the Lightning and Panthers was also the first of its kind. It was the first time a full line of forward players who are Black started an NHL game.
The streets that make up the Rosemary District – once known as Overtown – date back to the 1880s.
Live music is coming to Downtown Tampa on Mother’s Day weekend.
Archeologists are spending the week at Tropicana Field looking for evidence of a lost African American cemetery that may have been paved over decades ago.
Fred Hearns lived Tampa history years before the Tampa Bay History Center was built on the waterfront in Channelside. Now he’s the Tampa Bay History Center’s first Curator of Black History.
Photographer Ashley Canay spends her days capturing the precious moments of people's lives, but as outrage over the death of George Floyd sparked cultural movements, she turned her camera to document history in the making.
Every day during the month of February, Teidra Everett dresses up as an essential figure in Black history, prompting her students to learn more about race, culture, and America's past.
If Richard Smiley's feet could talk, they would tell stories of walking for justice and civil rights.
From a renowned concert hall to landmark community staples, South St. Petersburg boasts a rich African American history.
The Hillsborough County Public Libraries is inviting others to use their resources to discover books and movies about Black history, as well as creative works by history-makers.
Buck O'Neil, the grandson of slaves, grew up in Sarasota during the 1920s. He went on to be a Negro League star and the first Black coach in Major League Baseball.
Along the St. Petersburg pier, you'll find several kiosks where entrepreneurs sell their products. But then there's 1Pier, a kiosk of nine entrepreneurs, all African-American women with different businesses, banding together.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to the 2020 election of Vice President Kamala Harris, here are some of the pioneers who blazed trails in civil rights and American politics.
Several states have already adopted similar bills into law and a lawmaker from Orlando hopes Florida will be next.
Archeologists have located 29 graves of African Americans in what used to be the North Greenwood Cemetery. The African American cemetery was relocated in 1954 to make way for redevelopment.
Candy Lowe is leading a group on a shopping spree throughout Tampa, stopping at businesses owned and operated by African Americans.
A woman who never lost focus of her dream to own her own business achieved her goal through hard work and passion. Her story of perseverance is a tribute to Black heritage and is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Archeologists and researchers have identified more than two dozen African American graves on what is now property owned by the city of Clearwater and Pinellas County schools.
From public housing to the boardroom, OT Delancy has come a long way. In honor of Black History Month, FOX 13 News is highlighting his achievements.
Celebrate Black History Month with Tubi. The streaming platform offers one of the largest Black cinema collections available online — and it’s free.