Black History Month

It’s Black History Month in the US. There a variety of ways to learn available on the internet. It’s a matter of decided what one wants to learn and diligently setting aside the time to do so.  One of my interests is photography. I came across a blog post listing 7 Black Photographers to follow. If you follow photographers, or just like photography, I recommend that you check it out. Another option to study is to type in black history month on twitter and see what you can find out. There is a lot of information that I didn’t know, …

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Indigenous Peoples Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day is a holiday that celebrates the Indigenous peoples of America and commemorates their shared history and culture. It is celebrated across the United States on the second Monday in October, and is an official city and state holiday in various localities .Dozens of  cities and entire states, including Minnesota, Alaska, Vermont and Oregon, have also replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day. Hawaii celebrates Discoverers’ Day on the second Monday of October. And South Dakota celebrates Native American Day. Today is celebrated as Columbus Day in the rest of the USA. Banks, and Government agencies are closed, including the Post Office, county library and Public Health.  …

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