The month of February provides an opportunity to celebrate Black History Month and reflect on the life-changing contributions that Black people have made to the world. It is also a time where we recognize the pivotal roles African Americans have played in U.S. history from our nation’s inception.
Black History Month allows us to celebrate diversity and recognize the beauty that brings us together. It helps us learn about people from different cultures, experiences, and backgrounds. Finding this connection unites us.
Black History Month is an integral part of our nation’s tradition that continues to promote positive examples of historical events, exemplary leaders, and steps towards societal change. This remembrance is not only deeply meaningful for the Black community, but imperative for the greater understanding of U.S. and world history.