Leap Day and Black History Month
Numerous events all over the country were held this month to honor the many African Americans that have made amazing contributions to this nation and the world. Often we wonder how we can support this movement towards diversity in a big way, but sometimes, the biggest support is just recognizing what has transpired and acknowledging the change it has brought. The New York Times did an amazing job of this by publishing "Unpublished Black History", moments they captured over the years and were placed in archives. None of these images were ever seen until now, and you can check them out here.
We hope you join us in celebrating diversity and remembering the great strides people took to make this world what it is today.
If you didn't do anything for Black History Month, you can still show your support by hitting the movie theaters this weekend and get some history by watching Race, the story of Jesse Owen, an American Black athlete who won a record breaking four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
We hope you enjoyed the extra day this month and we'll see you in March!