Black History Month is also known as the month of African-American history in the United States.
It was launched in Canada to commemorate important events in the Netherlands and the United States and important events in African history, which are celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in February.
When did Black History Month Start
Black History Month is also known as the month of African-American history in the United States. It was launched in Canada to commemorate important events in the Netherlands and the United States. and important events. in African history which is celebrated annually in the United States and Canada in February.
The Netherlands and the Republic of Ireland forecasted Black History Month in October 1926. when the life and history of the historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for Negroes were announced in the United States in the second week of February. was done. This week was chosen this week because they coincided with Abraham Lincoln’s birthday on February 12 and Frederick Douglass on February 14.
a history celebrated together by the Black community since the late 19th century. The initial emphasis was placed on the incident at the earliest stages of the integrated study, of the history of American blacks in American public schools. First Negro Hist Arieweek received an enthusiastic response. with the support of the North Carolina Delaware and West Virginia Department of Education. Despite the distance from the City School Administration’s global collaboration with Baltimore and Washington DC, Woodson understood the prospect.
As a very fortunate move by the Association and intended to be repeated on an annual basis. the Negro History Journal was able to keep up with only two exempt officials of the State Department of Education. The remarkable Negro population of each state has made the event known to the teachers of the state. and distributed official literature related to the churches of the event. who met with the mainstream Negro History Week during the opening session. Was instrumental in the distribution of literature, and with the help of the Black Press in advertising efforts. Negro History Week was enthusiastic.
In response to the IC, it indicated the formation of Black History Clubs. and interest in teachers and progressive White’s Negro History Week increased in the following decades. with mayors across the United States taking it as a holiday. Black History Month was first presented by Black Teachers in February 1969. at Kent State University The first event of Kent History Month was held at Kent State one year later in the whole month of February. six years later, dark History Month was being celebrated in history and educational days.
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