Try these curated collections

African American extended family arriving in Chicago from the rural South, ca. 1920.
Black history month celebration of diversity and African culture pride as a multi cultural celebration.
African American Hand Holding the Usa Flag. Martin Luther King Day Illustration on Concrete Wall Background
Black History Month Vector Template Design Illustration, African American History. can use for, landing page, template, ui, web, mobile app, poster, banner, flyer, background
Washington, DC - JAN 3, 2020: Front view of the Museum of African American History and Culture, newest on National Mall, opened Sept 24, 2016. Washington Monument peaking out from behind.
Striking workers picketing a reality company. Sign reads 'Mid City Reality Unfair-Underpays the Workers-Overcharges the Tenants-Support the Strike'. New York City ca. 1936-42.
Smithsonian African American History Museum
Tommie Smith Statue at National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. April 9, 2017.
People with Black Lives Matter signs at The Freedom March, in Washington, DC on August 28, 2020
Black history month celebrate. vector illustration design graphic Black history month
African American History or Black History Month. Celebrated annually in February in the USA and Canada. black history background
African American WW1 heroes with French medals, Croix de Guerre. 1919. They were awarded for gallantry in Action.
Wife and children of an unemployed African American coal miner in Scott's Run, West Virginia. Photo by Lewis Hine, March 1937.
WASHINGTON, DC - SEPT. 9, 2016: South side facing Mall, Museum of African American History and Culture. Sign. Museum is newest on the Mall, opened Sept. 24, 2016.
Black, African, African American Female Character Icon Set, Diversity Concept
Austin, Texas / USA - December 29 2019: Detail of a crowd on the Emancipation Statue at the Texas Capitol - Texas African American History Memorial
African American children learning about Thanksgiving, with model log cabin on table, Whittier Primary School, Hampton, Virginia. Ca. 1899.
Young girl reading an illustrated book in Pleasant Green School, near Marlinton, West Virginia. The one-room school was one of the best schools for African Americans in Pocahontas County. Oct. 1921. P
Frederick Douglass 18 18- 1895 escaped slave and abolitionist defied stereotypes about African Americans in the decades prior to the US Civil War.
African American History or Black History Month. Celebrated annually in February in the USA and Canada
African American work team on a northern Virginia railroad in 1862 or 1863. Photo by Andrew J. Russell.
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 25, 2016:  The Washington monument and the newly opened Museum of African American History and Culture are major tourist attractions located on the National Mall.
Group portrait of the 'Ministers Class' at Roger Williams University of Nashville, Tennessee. The college was founded in 1864 to educate former slaves. 1899.
African American flood refugees vaccinated for typhoid at Camp Louisiana near Vicksburg Many would have joined the 'Great Migration' to northern cities.
African American men, women, and children, employed as cotton pickers in North Carolina, 1900.
African American History or Black History Month. Celebrated annually in February in the USA and Canada
National Museum of African American History and Culture - WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - October 11, 2017
1963 March on Washington. A view of over 200,000 marchers along the Capitol mall. Aug. 28, 1963
Black History Month. African American History. Celebrated annual. In February in United States and Canada. In October in Great Britain. Poster, card, banner, background. Vector illustration
Atlantic City, NJ - Oct. 6, 2020: This sign on the Boardwalk tells the history of beach segregation in AC and refers to the African American section of the beach nicknamed "Chicken Bone Beach".
Juneteenth Freedom Day. 19 June African American Emancipation Day. Annual American holiday. Black, red, and green banner or header background with lettering. Vector illustration.
Black History Month. African American History. Celebrated annual. In February in United States and Canada. In October in Great Britain. Poster, card, banner, background. Vector illustration
Athens, Greece, Nov 16, 2016:U.S. President Barack Obama waves to the crowd as he delivers a speech at the new opera of Athens on Wednesday
African Americans, members of 369th Colored Infantry, wave from a troop ship as they arrive back in New York City. The regiment was nicknamed the Harlem Hellfighters and the Black Rattlers. Ca. 1919.
African American man and his daughter visiting exposition of museum with exhibits of medieval art
African American male hands resting on an open bible
A Union soldier stands with African Americans on the plantation Thomas F. Drayton, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, 1862. Photo by Henry P. Moore, May 1862.
Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), African American educator and leader. Ca. 1900.
Bonus Marchers confront Washington, D.C. police, July 28, 1932. Veterans pushing the line forward in their battle, one with blood streaming down his face.
Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), standing on a stage in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, 1912.
Wet plate look like photo of vintage african american jazz musician.
Martin Luther King Day flyer, banner or poster. Mlk background with beautiful portrait of Martin Luther. Vector illustration
Vector Illustration time line for Black History month with American flag. Slavery from 1619-1865, Jackie Wilson in 1947, Mahalia Jackson in 1952 and Barack Obama became president in 2009.
WASHINGTON DC, USA - NOVEMBER 18:  National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC on November 18, 2016. The museum opened on September 24, 2016.
African American History or Black History Month. Celebrated annually in February in the USA and Canada
African American first graders learn to brush their teeth at the Miner Normal School near Washington, D.C. ca. 1910.
Bronze memorial statue of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1967 in Lawyers' Mall across from the Maryland State House in Annapolis, MD.
Four Elderly African American women at a Convention of ex-slaves, Washington, D.C., 1916.
Martin Luther King Day flyer, banner or poster. Vector illustration
Washington DC / United States of America - August 28th 2020: Civil Rights Activist Reverand Al Sharpton speaks at the ‘Get Off Our Necks’ Commitment March on Washington.
The Civil War, group of 21 African American men holding musical instruments, title: 'Band of 107th U.S. Colored Infantry', Arlington, Virginia, photograph by William M. Smith, 1865.
BOSTON, MA, USA - FEBRUARY, 19, 2017: Close-up of Harriet Tubman Statue in Boston's South End neighborhood. Tubman, an African-American abolitionist will appear on the new $20 bill.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA - January 18th, 2015 : Center of Civil and Human rights, Georgia
African American father and son playing together, building moon landing mission rocket together. Stay home, quarantine, science

Search for "african american history" in these categories

African Americans leaving a cotton field after a day of picking in the U.S. South. 1887 engraving from a drawing by Matt Morgan.
Celebrating Black History Month 2021
MEMPHIS, TN -5 JAN 2020- View of the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee, United States.
Crowd of people gathered to watch the lynching of Jesse Washington, Waco, Texas, May 15, 1916. Immediately after his quick confession based conviction, Washington was castrated and then slowly burned
African American students in geography class at Thaddeus Stevens School. The school was a fresh air school, with large windows allowing good ventilation. CA. 1910.
Frederick Douglass (1818-1895), former slave and abolitionist broke whites' stereotypes about African Americans in the decades prior to the U.S. Civil War. 1855 portrait.
African American work crew in northern, Virginia, using levers for loosening rails, as part of the Union Military Railway Service. Ca. 1862 photo by Andrew J. Russell
Martin Luther King. Black and white hand drawn vector portrait .
Freedmen at a voter registration office, Macon, Georgia in 1867. During Reconstruction (1866-1876). 19th century engraving with modern color.
The Civil War, African American 'contrabands' (escaped slaves), at Foller's house, Cumberland Landing, Virginia, by James F. Gibson, 1862.
African Americans and Whites fleeing stock yard area during the Chicago race riot, July 27-Aug. 3, 1919.
African American newsie,'Roland, eleven year old newsboy', Newark, New Jersey, photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine, August 1, 1924.
African women in national ethnic clothes. People and culture of South Africa. Beautiful black females in savanna
United States of America vs South Africa, African smoky mystic flags placed side by side. Thick colored silky abstract smokes banner of America and South Africa, African
Middle class African American family seated on lawn in Georgia, ca. 1899.
Ida B. Wells, woodcut, 1891
Margaret James Murray Washington (ca. 1861), third wife of Booker T. Washington from 1891 until his death in 1915. She was a teacher at Tuskegee Institute and supporting women's education. Ca. 1910.
African American women, former slaves, photographed in 1920's in vicinity of Washington, D.C.
President Theodore Roosevelt and Booker Washington watching a parade at the Tuskegee Institute. Oct. 24, 1905. TR solicited recommendations from Washington to avoid appointing forceful racists to gove
Students constructing telephones at Hampton Institute. African American higher education stressed practical skills and services, to counter employment discrimination for blacks. Ca. 1899.
National Museum of African American History and Culture and The Washington Monument in Washington DC, USA on 14 May 2019
Black History Month. African American History. Celebrated annual. In February in United States and Canada. In October in Great Britain. Poster, card, banner, background. Vector illustration
Portrait of African American man and his daughter at hall of Art Museum among exhibits of antiquity
Statues at the Slavery Monument in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
African classroom in poor conditions with Slave Trade lesson explained on the board. Slave Trade Abolition and remembrance context. Mongo, Sierra Leone - June 8, 2019
Little African American boy hold United State of America flag and smile look enjoy of playing with young girl stand in the back on bed with morning light. Concept of good living condition in house.
Sojourner Truth (1797-1883) African American and lifelong activist for abolition of slavery and civil rights for freed slaves and women. Carte de visite, ca.1864
The first African American Senator and Representatives in the 41st and 42nd Congress of the United States. Group portrait of African American legislators.
Atlanta, Georgia / United States - June 4 2020: Protestors gather and demonstrate against police brutality in Atlanta, GA, near the CNN Center, following the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery.
Africana
African American lily vendors on Easter Sunday, Chicago, Illinois. April 1941
NEW YORK - JANUARY 6, 2013: Frederick Douglass statue on January 6, 2013 in Harlem, New York. Frederick Douglass was an African-American social reformer, orator, writer and statesman.
Black History Month Logo Vector Template Design
Black History Month. African American History. Celebrated annual. In February in United States and Canada. In October in Great Britain. Poster, card, banner, background. Vector illustration
African American ex-slaves sitting,'Attendants at Old Slave Day', Southern Pines, North Carolina, April 8, 1937.
3d illustration black history month
Washington DC - April 20th 2016: National Museum of African American History and Culture on the National Mall. Designed by David Adjaye shown here months before the end of construction.
African American soldiers in quarantine at Camp Wikoff, Montauk, with 20,000 others veterans. After the Spanish American war, many were recovering from battle wounds, yellow fever, malaria and typhoid
Elderly African Americans who were once slaves work together in a rural setting in 1920.
Black History Month Vector Template Design Illustration, African American History. can use for, landing page, template, ui, web, mobile app, poster, banner, flyer, background
A large African Americans family posed outside former slave quarters at Hermitage Plantation where they still lived in 1907.
Children in red shirts for "My Voice Matter"" at the 50th Anniversary of the march on Washington and Martin Luther King's I Have A Dream Speech, August 24, 2013, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.
Black History Month. African American History. Celebrated annual. In February in United States and Canada. In October in Great Britain. Poster, card, banner, background. Vector illustration
Charles Edmund Nash (1844-1913), African American Representative to the 44th Congress (1875-1877) from Louisiana.
Celebrating Black History Month. American and African People.
Female african american medical doctor with colleagues in background
Juvenile convicts at work in the fields in Southern chain gang. Southern jails made money leasing convicts for forced labor in the Jim Crow South. Circa. 1903
of 133