• Harry and Meghan celebrate Black History Month
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In a dazzling display of solidarity and social awareness, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, took their philanthropic passion to the streets, celebrating Black History Month in style! The royal duo and their Archewell Foundation team visited the "This Light of Ours" exhibit at the Skirball Cultural Center, immersing themselves in the powerful stories of Civil Rights activists.

Under the banner "AWF Celebrates Black History Month," the Archewell website update buzzed with inspiration: "We were reminded once again of the enduring spirit of those who fought tirelessly for justice and equality." Talk about a royal commitment to making a difference!

But wait, there's more! The Sussexes aren't just about show and tell. They're urging everyone to get involved, sharing a curated list of U.S. spaces for further learning and linking to blackhistorymonth.gov for those hungry to engage even more.

The Sussex Power

Flashback to 2020, and the couple's stand against "structural racism" still echoes loud and clear. Prince Harry's "awakening" since meeting Meghan, a biracial force of nature, has propelled them to the forefront of the fight for racial justice. Remember when they graced the NAACP Image Awards stage, accepting the President's Award with grace and gratitude? That's Sussex power for you!

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Their foundation, launched in 2020, has been a beacon of hope, tackling COVID-19 and championing the Black Lives Matter movement. And let's not forget the NAACP-Archewell Digital Civil Rights Award, spotlighting tech's impact on society.

Meghan and Harry's latest Canadian caper for the Invictus Games 2025 only adds to their global charm offensive. These two are not just royal by name, but also royal in their hearts and actions!