During March, we celebrate more than just Women’s History Month. We also celebrate Irish American Heritage Month. The United States Congress proclaimed March as Irish American Heritage Month in 1991. Initially, the holiday honored St.
We celebrate Women’s History Month to recognize women’s accomplishments in the world throughout history. The first Women’s History Day celebration was in 1909 in New York City. Here are more fun facts about Women’s History Month!
February is African American History Month, paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society. The month of celebration began when Harvard-trained historian Carter G.
Did you know that Juneteenth is the oldest known tradition celebrating the end of slavery in Texas? Now a federal holiday, Juneteenth is celebrated all over the United States. It’s a day that recognizes African
In honor of Black History Month, here are a few African American women who have impacted not only the African American community but the entire human race. From their words to their influential movements, these