NATIONAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH
Traditionally, in the United States and Canada, the month containing Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday (12th) and Frederick Douglass’s presumed birthday (14th) is when we observe a special period in which we recognize the achievements and contributions by African Americans. The first year of observation was in 1926 and launched by Dr. Carter G. Woodson.
Did you know that the United Kingdom celebrates Black History Month in October?
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