First and foremost, Black connotes death, mourning, and evil. Besides, a liberal use of black has negative overtones as the color of ill omen, hell, and damnation. However, for the ancient Egyptians, black (the color of the Nile Delta soil) meant life, growth, and well-being. Anyway, Black is beautiful. Meanwhile, Black has always been associated with night, and, for this reason, is also associated with unknown, mystery, and intrigue. And it is amazing how many world’s festivals, celebrations, fiestas, and holidays devoted to black. In other words, have Black not only in their names, but also in content. For instance, Black and White Ball, Black Christ Festival, Black Cowboys Parade, Black Friday, Black Hills Passion Play, Black Madonna Feast, Black Hills Passion Play, Black Nazarene Fiesta, Black Poetry Day, Black Ships Festival, Fiesta of the Black St. Benito, Black History Month, and some more.