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                                                                                   What is Black History

Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. It has received official recognition from governments in the United States and Canada, and more recently has been observed in Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

An acknowledgement through what  African Americans have accomplished through history. 



                            How do we honor Black History Month?

                              8 Ways to Honor Black History Month

  1. Support Black-Owned Businesses: ...

  2. Learn About Noteworthy Black Figures and Their Contributions: ...

  3. Donate to Charities That Support Anti-Racism Equity and Equality: ...

  4. Purchase, Read, and Share Books by Black Authors: ...

  5. Support and Learn About Black Women.


                   What do the colors for Black History Month mean?

  1. The logo is executed in red, black, and green, three of four colors that represent Black History Month.

  2. Red represents blood without which freedom cannot be achieved.

  3. Black represents the color of the race, and green is symbolic of vegetation.

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