Shadd Cary was born on October 9, 1823 in Wilmington in northern Delaware to abolitionist parents.
The nodding Weiner dog dolls get their Wackeldackel name from "wackel" meaning wobble and "dackel" meaning dachshund.
Sharon Sara has secured a $30,000 college scholarship for winning the contest with her "Together As One" artwork.
Idár and her family helped establish the First Mexican Congress, which organized Mexican-Americans across Texas in the fight for civil rights.
Felicitas Mendez is remembered for successfully suing a school district that refused to enroll her children based on their ethnicity, paving the way for the integration of Californian public schools.
Jackie Ormes was known for her independent, confident, and intelligent female characters, in cartoons and comic strips like 'Patty- Jo 'n' Ginger,' and 'Torchy Brown in Dixie to Harlem.'
The French author, famous for writing "The Count of Monte Cristo" and "The Three Musketeers," was the grandson of an enslaved woman of African descent.
The artist behind the Google Doodle said he was inspired by a Hepworth quote: "I draw what I feel in my body."
"Happy birthday, Julius Lothar Meyer, and thank you for braving the elements for the sake of scientific knowledge!"
With the Doodle, Google has also shared resources and tips for preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
Draves was the first Asian American woman to win an Olympic medal and the first woman to take home the gold in both the platform and springboard events.
Today is the anniversary of the day Abad became the first woman to receive the Philippines' prestigious Ten Outstanding Young Men award.
Eryurt is celebrated on the 51st anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, as her research allowed NASA to develop technology that was crucial to the 1969 mission.
On the last day of Pride Month 2020, Google Doodle celebrates LGBTQ+ rights pioneer Marsha P. Johnson.
The animated video is narrated by LeVar Burton who reads the first stanza of "Lift Every Voice and Sing."
The interactive Doodle follows the story of a girl discovering the mbira and teaches users how to play the instrument virtually.
The Kamakawiwo'ole family said: "Having Google create a Doodle for his 61st birthday gives us all reason to again celebrate his life and impact on millions worldwide."
Learn about Kool Herc's party in 1973, and how he extended the instrumental breaks allowing people to dance for longer.
The latest game in Google's Stay and Play at Home series is Halloween game in which users play as a magic cat.
A family favorite across Mexico and Latinx communities, Lotería challenges players to match their illustrated cards in a specific order to win.
There are around 3.2 million public school full time education teachers in the U.S.
Play as an ice cream cone as you help Scoville cool down after trying jalapeño peppers and a ghost chili pepper.
Learn about how garden gnomes were first crafted in 19th-century Germany before launching them from a catapult.
Rockmore was the theremin's most well-known player and was influential in the instrument's development.
A filmmaker and artist, Oskar Fischinger is best known for making art using abstract visuals with musical accompaniment.
Google is sharing some of its most popular past interactive Doodles to encourage its users to stay and play at home.
Collaborating with The Honeybee Conservancy, Google Doodle shares fun facts and advice on helping bees this Earth Day.
As schools across the country are closed, Google thanks the teachers and childcare workers looking out for their students.