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February marks Black History Month, an annual observance celebrating the achievements of Black Americans and recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Although this should not be the only time we recognize the contributions of Black Americans to our society, celebrating employees’ racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds can be effective in building psychological safety and employee engagement. Thus, celebrating Black History Month in the workplace is an excellent way to achieve that goal.

Ready to get started? Complete the form below to download our guide filled with educational resources and ideas for creating your organization’s Black History Month programming.

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