Friday, June 19 is Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating Emancipation Day. This holiday is an important part of U.S. history and, as host of Noire Histoir Natasha McEachron notes, "Black history is a part of global history and ... [should be] studied and celebrated all 366 days of the year." The Noire Histoir podcast (and related blog, newsletter, videos, and social media channels) launched in 2017 and spans themes of pride, excellence, and power "across the Black diaspora." The podcast has various episode formats, including monthly news wrap-ups, book and movie reviews, and a Black History Short series that profiles black doctors, activists, writers, and more. McEachron is also expanding the project to include a career section, "interviewing Black people about their career journeys and work philosophies." Interested readers can request to participate on the Interviews page. Visitors will also find a Blog on the site, as well as a link to the Noire Histoir YouTube channel under the Video tab. New episodes of the podcast are released every few days and you can find all of these episodes at the link above. Episodes are also available to stream on Google Play, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.