Each February, Black History Month inspires theater and dance performances, concerts, art exhibitions, films, lectures, and other events. This four-week celebration provides endless opportunities to learn how Black Americans have shaped this country’s history and culture.
When did Black History Month first begin, and why? Who founded it, and how has it evolved? The folks from Say Insurance answer these questions and offer a list of landmarks around the country to visit to get an up-close look at Black American narratives and accomplishments over centuries.
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