February is Black History Month!
Black History Month is a month-long observance dedicated to amplifying Black stories, voices, representation, and achievement. It serves as a reminder of what it means to be Black and to examine a history of discrimination and prejudice. Shedding light on this history is crucial in celebrating Black liberation all year-round.
Black History Month is critical in reimagining the future of the Black community and the possibilities that lie ahead. It is a call-to-action to continue advocating and empowering Black men, women, LGBTQIA+, and disabled folx.
Here are just a few resources in honoring Black History Month:
This collection of resources highlights key events, movements, and figures throughout Black History.
This collection focuses on a diverse range of Black experiences from the year 1500 to present day.
PBS provides numerous collections, from award-winning documentaries to extensive multimedia resources, lesson plans, and student guides that extend learning beyond just February.
This insightful ninety-second video helps viewers to generate their own ways of celebrating Black History Month within their community.
Till next time,
Your Pallure Pals