In the United States of America, we celebrate every February as an extraordinary month. No, it's not about Valentine's Day. Instead, we dedicated this month to honor Black History Month. It is a way of demonstrating gratitude and recognition for African Americans' hard work and sacrifices.
The celebration and acknowledgment of Black and how it pervades all sectors of society is the focus of Black History Month. It serves as a reminder that the amount of reverence displayed during this month should be maintained throughout the year.
As quoted by Maya Angelou, "I come as one, but stand as 10,000" similarly, Black History Month celebrates one another where we see how our differences can bring us together.