Celebrate Black History
Black History Month is a time to reflect on the historical achievements of Black Americans and celebrate the significant contributions they've made in the United States. Every February these cultural icons are acknowledged, and people celebrate by attending parades, community events, picnics, and more. While it's great to recognize Black history in February, it shouldn't be limited to one month. With our collection of Black History Month decorations, you can embrace Black heritage with pride and show your support for the Black community year-round!
Here's how you can celebrate Black history all year long!
- State your stance loud and proud with Black History Month yard signs. Let your neighborhood know you stand in solidarity with the Black community with signs that make a powerful statement.
- Hang up a Black History Month banner that says, "Black History Month Always" or "Black Joy Matters" in classrooms, at an event, or outside your home.
- Come together with family and friends for an at-home celebration. Set the scene by spelling out empowering messages like "I Am Black History" with letter balloons. Mix and match our plates, cups, and napkins to create a customized table setting for your celebratory meal.
- Learn more about Black history, life, and culture by visiting www.ASALH.org, www.ADL.org, and www.AfricanAmericanHistoryMonth.gov