Notable names such as Queen Latifah, Devon Franklin, Terrence J, Zendaya, Khalid, Phoebe Robinson, and Van Jones have all worked tirelessly to inspire, uplift, and break barriers for the Black culture and now they are sharing their secrets to their success as “Dream In Black Future Makers” just in time for Black History Month.
On AT&T’s first-ever inaugural Dream in Black 28 list, we have partnered with 27 celebrated leaders - that will be unveiled each week in February - to talk about who has earned a place.
Queen Latifah discusses what Black History Means to her. She states "Black History Month, a time when we reflect on the leaders of the past who helped pave the way for Black Excellence today. It’s thanks to these great people throughout history that this generation has more potential to accomplish their dreams than ever before. The Black community is facing a new generation of infinite possibilities, if you can dream it, you can do it."
Dream in Black is an always-on platform where AT&T celebrates Black culture and the creators who shape it. Dream In Black embodies a mindset where success can look like anything that we can dream. The platform views the world and creativity through an afro-futuristic lens that is rooted in AT&T’s technology, innovation, and entertainment which helps to power the possibilities.