Black History Month: Celebrating the achievements of black Americans and their central role in the history of U.S.

Each February, the United States celebrates African-American History Month, also known as Black History Month. This annual observance recognizes the important achievements by African Americans in U.S. history. In 1926, just 61 years after the abolition of slavery, the Association for Study of Negro Life and History decided to sponsor a national week dedicated to …

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National Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Human trafficking — whether in the form of forced labor, sex trafficking, or other offences — is an abhorrent abuse of power and a profoundly immoral crime that strikes at the safety, health, and dignity of millions of people worldwide. On December 30, 2021, the White House Proclaimed January 2022 as a National Human Trafficking …

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