February marks Black History Month, and Google is getting things off to an early start.
In a bold new ad that made its debut during the Grammys on Sunday, the internet search engine showcases a montage of the most searched people and moments, highlighted by Beyoncé’s Coachella headlining performance — the most-searched musical performance on the year.
Other highlights in the ad include Maya Angelou (the most-searched female poet), Serena Williams (the most-searched tennis player), and many more.
“There are moments in American history that captivate us all,” Google’s ad proclaims — you can watch it in its entirety below.
This February, we're celebrating the Black history makers who have helped shape and influence American culture. According to @GoogleTrends data, these icons, events and movements are #TheMostSearched in the U.S. → https://t.co/oySml0B7qN #BHM pic.twitter.com/67nRIDENbq
— Google (@Google) January 26, 2020