The month of February was amazing! I flew out to Texas to celebrate my granddaughter’s first birthday. I was a part of Black Owned Business Expo at Hanes Mall in Winston Salem, NC. I got my first FBA (Filled By Amazon) order and all three items available have been selling very well.
When I think about all that I’ve accomplished through my handcrafted women’s fashion accessory brand Accented Glory, I realize the legacy I’m building for my children and grandchildren. I Am Black History and will continue to celebrate everyday.
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Dr. Carter G. Woodson is accredited for the creation of Black History Month. In 1915, Woodson’s desire to create an African American presence in United States history led him to establish the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Woodson continued to educate African Americans about their culture, background, and significant achievements by launching Negro History Week in 1926. The second week in February was chosen as the commemorative week because the birthdays of Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln were already two days celebrated by the black community during this week . In 1976, Black History Week was expanded into a month long celebration.
On February 1, 2002, the McDonald’s Corporation launched an initiative that celebrates Black History all year long with their 365Black Campaign. In 2003, McDonald’s took their initiative a step further and developed the 365Black Awards, which annually recognizes individuals who make significant contributions to the African American community. For more information about McDonald’s 365Black Campaign visit www.mcdonalds.com/365black.
We hope you will join us as we celebrate Black History Month. Check out our Facebook page for regular post throughout the month that will highlight Black History facts and information at www.facebook.com/TheVineEventPlanning. PBS will also have a lineup of programs that will commemorate the history, culture, and contributions of African Americans. Check out the video below for more details.