Bobby champions one of the greatest basketball players and cultural influencers of all time.
Mia looks into the life story of influential civil rights minister and activist Malcolm X.
Lois introduces American poet, writer and civil activist Maya Angelou.
Malika celebrates the historic contribution to civil rights made by American abolitionist and activist Harriet Tubman.
Keira tells us the story of Madam CJ Walker, America's first female self-made millionaire.
Jadon explains why the former president of the United States, Barack Obama, is a hero to him.
Isaiah explains why his black history hero is award-winning American actor and playwright Chadwick Boseman.
Matilda celebrates award-winning American singer Aretha Franklin.
Milly celebrates the accomplishments of the pioneering and award-winning director Ava DuVernay.
Nylah introduces groundbreaking British supermodel and activist Naomi Campbell.
Mason explains why Jamaican champion sprinter Usain Bolt is his black history hero.
Sienna profiles the groundbreaking Nasa mathematician nicknamed The Human Computer.
Tariq sings the praises of Jamaican singer, songwriter and musician Bob Marley.
Dylan talks about his hero Serena Williams, professional tennis player and cultural icon.
Aker goes the distance with professional boxer and activist Muhammad Ali.
Tabitha tells the story of singer-songwriter and civil rights activist Nina Simone.
Fiyin shares the screen with American talk show host, television producer, actress and author Oprah Winfrey.
Amelia tells the story of pioneering entrepreneur and rapper Jay-Z.
Rose stands up for inspirational civil rights activist Rosa Parks.
Ethan tells the story of Martin Luther King and why he is his hero.
Nile gets inspired by the achievements of champion long-distance runner Mo Farah.
Talia tells the story of the pioneering and courageous nurse and businesswoman Mary Seacole.