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In honor of Black History Month, Meghan Markle wrote a post on Archewell that highlighted Black history-focused museums and other cultural venues around the country.

Several black-and-white images of the Skirball Cultural Center, which Meghan and the Archewell team had recently visited, were also included in the post. The Duchess of Sussex made a low-key entrance wearing a big overcoat and her hair pulled back into a bun. The royal mother-of-two completed her ensemble with a pair of flats and added some bling with a big purse and earrings.

Black History Month is a cause close to Meghan’s heart
Photo: © Monica Schipper

The Duchess seemed to be taking in everything that was being offered, gazing thoughtfully at the images and text from the cultural center.

“The Archewell Foundation continued to celebrate the many Black leaders and changemakers who have made a significant global impact on policy, culture, and society,” stated the Archewell post. “Black History Month”

“During a recent team visit to the Skirball Cultural Center to the powerful exhibit ‘This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement,’ we were reminded once again of the enduring spirit of those who fought tirelessly for justice and equality, and of the profound impact that individuals can have in shaping a more equitable and inclusive future.”

 

The Duchess had headed out with members of her team
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The post ended with suggestions for additional Black history-focused institutions to check out, such as the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Ohio, the National Civil Rights Museum in Tennessee, The International Civil Rights Center & Museum in North Carolina, The Legacy Museum in Alabama, Art + Practice in California, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, DC.

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The Duchess of Sussex has always valued Black History Month, and in 2022, she wrote an impassioned opinion piece to commemorate the occasion, which is observed throughout the month of February in the United States.

“We are writing tomorrow’s civil rights history today,” the Duchess declared. “Judge Jackson’s nomination has opened new ground for women’s representation at the highest level of a judicial system that for too long has tilted against the very community she hails from.”

 

Meghan and Harry founded Archewell after leaving the royal family
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Meghan continued: “For the millions of young women who will rightfully find inspiration from this moment, let’s remind ourselves that Black achievement is something that exists not just today or yesterday, and not just in moments of celebration, but as a fabric woven into the entire chronicle of the American story.”

Only a few weeks have passed since Meghan and her spouse, Prince Harry, unveiled sussex.com, their brand-new website.

The website links back to the controversial Sussex Royal website, which the couple launched in conjunction with their announcement that they would no longer be senior working royals in 2020. It also links to their Archewell Foundation and Archewell Productions. HELLO! acknowledges that the website is distinct from the new one and is linked to Sussex.com as a historical and cultural allusion.

 

The royal couple recently launched a new website
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The Duke and Duchess are expected to use the new website as a venue for both official and private announcements. Examples of such announcements include the couple’s recent trip to Vancouver, which they made in advance of the 2025 Invictus Games, which will take place in the Canadian city.

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