Black History 24/7

Black History Month is an opportunity to honor and celebrate the Black leaders who shape our world and culture. Throughout February, we’ll be launching exclusive content and collections that amplify the voices of Black creators, artists, and businesses, both within and outside our surrounding neighborhoods. While we use this time to honor their achievements and contributions, we will also honor the legacy of those who lost their lives in the fight for racial justice. Our commitment to uplifting Black voices, educating and improving ourselves and our communities, and recognizing the invaluable contributions of the Black community will be celebrated this month and well beyond.

BLACK VOICES OF THE STANDARD

Members of The Standard team share their stories, passions, side projects, and what Black History Month means to them.

SOUND OFF

DJs from Brooklyn-based radio studio, Half Moon, drop weekly sets of Black music genres like R&B, Afrobeats, Detroit techno and more, plus a Black History Month playlist curated by The Standard streamed at all hotels.

SHOP BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES

Specialty items in The Standard Shop from Brandon Blackwood, Estelle Colored Glass and Antwaun Sargent Books, with 100% of sales going to each brand, and an exclusive interview with Telsha Anderson, owner of Meatpacking District luxury boutique, t.a.

BLACK STORIES ON SCREEN

Movies sharing Black stories and directed by Black filmmakers screened at The Standard, High Line’s heated outdoor cinema, every Sunday through Thursday.

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

A curated guide of Black-owned coffee shops, pizza parlors, restaurants, wellness clubs and more, in downtown Manhattan and Brooklyn.


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