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Heritage Months & Observances


The implementation of quality programs that align with nationally recognized heritage months/observances serve as one of many ways to demonstrate a strong commitment to diversity & inclusion at your organization. 



Heritage month & observance based programming can:

  • foster inclusivity

  • support personal growth & development

  • increase cultural competence​

  • improve productivity & retention


January


Martin Luther King Jr. Day



February


Black History Month



March


National Women’s History Month


Irish-American Heritage Month


Equal Pay Day for Women


International Women's Day


National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month



April


National Deaf History Month


National Fair Housing Month


Autism Awareness Month



May


Asian Pacific American Heritage


Older Americans Month


Jewish American Heritage Month


​100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre


Mental Health Awareness Month



June


LGBTQIA Pride Month


Juneteenth 



July


BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month



August


Equal Pay Day for Black Women



September


National Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month


​Equal Pay Day for Native/Indigenous Women



October


National Disability Employment Awareness Month


National Italian American Heritage Month


​Equal Pay Day for Latinx/Hispanic Women


​National Coming Out Day


Global Diversity Awareness Month


Breast Cancer Awareness Month


National Disability Employment Awareness Month


​Filipino American History Month



November


National American/Indigenous Heritage Month


Transgender Day of Remembrance 



December


World AIDS Day

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