Produced by the African American Intellectual History Society, Black Perspectives is a blog amplifying scholarship and writing that "advanc[es] the lives of people of African descent and humanity." This award-winning blog began in 2014, and"rebranded" in 2017. Today, it continues to feature daily content on various topics, from religion to de-colonized history. The blog recently launched a series, "Black Ecologies," that highlights "work from various scholars in Black Studies about the enduring proximity between Black communities and environmental catastrophe, as well as Black peoples' efforts to resist ecocide intellectually, politically, and in practice." The site also includes book reviews (see the Featured Books section), author discussions (see the Author Interviews section), and Roundtables and Resources pages with other educational materials. Tyler D. Parry, a professor of African American Studies at California State University, Fullerton serves as Senior Editor for the blog, which features writing from more than 50 contributors across the country.