Hannah Loves The Most Searched, Google’s campaign that celebrates US Black History Month by highlighting people, causes and moments that have been searched for more often than any other category. These statistics date back to 2004, which is the farthest back Google’s US search data goes. From the most searched speech to the most searched NASA mathematician, these individuals and moments not only defined American history but also contribute to inspire not only the US but the whole world.
Google have committed $25 million to help Black and Latino students develop the technical skills and confidence they need to succeed in career and life. As part of this commitment, Google will provide a $3 million grant and enable volunteering support to help scale the NAACP’s Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) over the next three years.
‘The Most Searched’ people include poet and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, internationally renowned drag queen, RuPaul and social reformer and writer, Frederick Douglass.
‘The Most Searched’ moments and causes include the Civil Rights Movement, as well as Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech, and the Greensboro Sit-in of 1960, as well as Beyoncé’s iconic homecoming performance at Coachella and Prince’s Purple Rain guitar solo.