Black Heroes Matter is an international activist movement, originating in the African-American community, that campaigns for inclusion and diversity in the pop culture and entertainment industry. BHM is an "SOS" call to creators of color, urging them to bring to life positive, well-balanced heroes that reflect their best selves to the nation, the world-at-large, and most importantly, to children of color.
Key figures in the Black Heroes Matter Movement include David F. Walker (Comic book writer for Marvel and DC Comics), Richard G. Tyler II (URAEUS), Karama Horne (Blogger known as Blerd Girl).
Steven Christian published Three volumes of his Black Heroes Matter Art Book as well as a coloring book entitled, Black Heroes Matter The All Heroes Matter Coloring Book. The series, which was first published in 2016, aims to redefine popular cartoon heroes so that people of color can identify with them on a more personal level. Through his character Roscoe and Vanessa from Eyelnd Feevr, Steven re-envisions these popular character in whimsical and entertaining scenes while staying true to the original characters likeness.