In honor of Black History Month in the United States and Canada, JSTOR Daily has compiled this collection of articles. As of this write-up, the collection includes twenty stories, each of which cites articles from JSTOR's extensive journal database along with other related materials. For example, in Matthew Wills's article on the recent announcement that Harriet Tubman will be featured on the twenty dollar bill, readers will find links to two journal articles. One is a historical piece from the OAH Magazine of History that explores Tubman's life and myriad accomplishments. The other is a 2005 article from the Canadian Art Review that investigates existing portraiture of Tubman. Meanwhile, in More Hidden Figures of NASA History, Shannon Luders-Manuel highlights black individuals who have worked for NASA, including Charles F. Bolden, who headed the administration from 2009 through January 2017. Other articles explore Shirley Chisholm's presidential campaign, the achievements of the Pullman Porter's Union, and the fiction of Toni Morrison.