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Black History Month Programming Guide

Guidebooks Feb 13, 2024

February marks Black History Month, an annual observance celebrating the achievements of Black Americans and recognizing their central role in U.S. history. From academics and civil rights activists to groundbreaking inventors, artists, and writers, Black Americans have left an enduring mark on our society. To help honor this legacy in the workplace, we've created a comprehensive guide packed with innovative Black History Month program ideas and engaging ways to celebrate Black History at work.

Celebrating employees’ racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds can be effective in building psychological safety and employee engagement. Respectful and appropriate Black History Month activities can engage and educate all your employees, regardless of their ethnic or cultural background. Download our programming guide and start creating a workplace that celebrates diversity and honors our shared American history.


Jackie Ferguson

Jackie (she/her) is a Certified Diversity Executive and vice president of Content and Programming for The Diversity Movement. She wrote the best-seller The Inclusive Language Handbook.