Join Nickelodeon in celebration of the incredibly rich and important history of our Hispanic community around the world!
Let us honor some of the major contributions the Latino community has made to the culture and history of The United States!
Wow! Where would we be without these amazing Hispanic inventions?!
Afro-Mexicans are finally being recognized in the 2020 Census!
June is Pride Month! It’s a month to celebrate the lives and accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies.
Celebrate the history and the meaning behind the rainbow pride flag.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! What does it mean to honor over 50 countries? It means there is a lot to celebrate! Nickelodeon pays tribute to the generations of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States by celebrating their diverse history, traditions, and cultures in a series of spots that helps us all honor together!
What does it mean to honor the traditions of over 50 countries? It means there is a lot to celebrate!
Need a moment of mindfulness? Try making a mandala!
Let’s take a yoga break!
March 31st is International Transgender Day of Visibility! It’s a day to celebrate transgender people around the world, and the courage it takes to live their truth.
Meet the people who inspire others to spread kindness, promote awareness and be proud of themselves!
March is Women’s History Month. All month long, Nickelodeon celebrates groundbreakers who paved the way for inclusion for women – in their chosen fields, and in society as a whole – proving that we’re stronger together.
Meet the women who are making history right now!
Meet Geraldyn Cobb, the woman who paved the way for American female astronauts' inclusion in space.
Find out how women worked together to pass the 19th amendment in 1920!
February is Black History Month. All month long, Nickelodeon celebrates groundbreaking African Americans who overcame barriers in their fields, proving the power of inclusion and how much we gain when we include ALL voices. This Black History Month, we remember together.
Meet Willie Thrower and Althea Gibson, two African American Sports Pioneers.
Meet Gwendolyn Brooks, the first African American ever to win a Pulitzer Prize.
Meet Ruby Bridges, the first person to integrate a segregated school in the South-- when she was just six years old.