Blerd City Con is a Black convergence taking place Friday through Sunday, December 11-13th weekend, which delves into the nerd sphere bringing together the community and amplifying the global intellect featuring art, science, film, and technology.
Over the years, anime has evolved from little to no Black representation to showing more diversity among its characters. Now, we have Black anime characters with everything from locks to curls and afros. Blerd ranked our Top 10 Black Anime
Factions: Battlegrounds, a multiplayer fantasy combat board game representing diverse cultures and mythologies, was created by life-long best friends from Milwaukee, Peter Ferry and Jason Crayton.
“Empires Fall” showcases the 761st Tank Battalion (aka “The Black Panthers”) the first all-Black U.S. tank unit inside an alt-World War Two landscape. Although some history has shifted, gamers can bring these overlooked African-American heroes to their tabletop and take the motto
Hero Nation, a nonprofit organization that empowers kids through superheroes, comic books and video games, is hosting Hero Nation ‘Presents’ on October 10 at 2 p.m. The free, virtual experience will give audiences an opportunity to hear personal and inspirational
Pharrell & Jay-Z crafted a marvel of a music video highlighting a plethora of black entrepreneurs. It is wonderful to see Black Entrepreneurship represented from across the globe and I particularly love seeing Blerds Issa Rae and Arthell S