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 ... Read More»

U.S. Mission Speaker Program – February 2020

In honor of African American History Month (February), we devoted several school visits to this important commemoration of American historical figures. During Mary Wilson’s visit to Slovenia, this iconic performer—a founding member of the legendary group, The Supremes—visited high school students at Gimnazija Šentvid to talk about her own experiences during the civil rights movement ... Read More»

Mary Wilson Shares the Supreme Music and Energy in Slovenia – Video

Every year in the United States, we dedicate the month of February to a celebration of the achievements of African Americans and their critical role in the history of the United States. This is why we were so excited to welcome Mary Wilson, a founding member of the legendary and transformative American group The Supremes ... Read More»
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