Pinterest Adds Pan-African Flag, Curated Content to Black History Month Searches

Creators on its platform are also being spotlighted

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Blackboard, Pinterest’s employee community group for all things African-American, was hard at work getting the platform ready for Black History Month.

When Pinners search for Black History Month and related terms, they will see the colors of the Pan-African flag, as well as curated content on black and African-American history.

Pinterest also highlighted black and African-American creators on its platform in a blog post:

Mother and interior stylist/blogger extraordinaire Stacey-Ann Blake, from Design Addict Mom, has a penchant for bold colors and patterns that can be seen all throughout her work.

Stacey-Ann BlakeCourtney Cheatham

Aurélia Durand is a graphic designer who creates a variety of work with augmented reality, animations, paintings, murals, and illustrations.



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