How to celebrate Black History Month at work

Author, and historian Carter G. Woodson—now appropriately considered the “father of black history”—lobbied actively for the national recognition of black stories and perspectives. He believed that true equality was only really possible with the acknowledgment and understanding of a race’s history.

Today, in the UK, we celebrate Black History Month every October, and many companies engage with the celebrations in various ways. It is important to avoid tokenistic behaviours, and instead, it is a time to reflect and listen to black voices. Moreover, it’s a great time to celebrate the cultural achievements of black people.

Check out Marshall’s top ways that you can celebrate Black History Month in the workplace:


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