This year's theme is The Black Family: Representation, Identity and Diversity.
We are still celebrating our first black, female Vice President of the United States who happened to graduate from a historically Black university and Georgia sends its first Black senator to the nations Capital. Both of these realities were possible through the tireless efforts of Stacy Abrams and LaTosha Brown of Black Voters Matter. This year more than ever is the best time to dive in to learn more about unsung heroes of Black History, American History.
There are several ways to honor Black History Month. Shop black businesses. Study up on little known Black History Facts with Flash Cards by Urban Intellectuals. Embrace all the contributors that have helped to build this nation.