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February is Black History Month (BHM), when the US celebrates African Americans’ contributions and achievements throughout history. This is an opportunity for HR to collaborate with their people to promote an understanding of the month’s history by creating thoughtful programming that celebrates Black cultures and fosters inclusivity. But before we dig into that, let’s take a look at the history of Black History Month.
Why do we celebrate Black History Month?
Black History Month began in February 1926 as Negro History Week, an initiative by writer and historian (and founder of the Journal of Negro History and the Association