Black History Month celebrates the unique contributions of African Americans to the American history. Whatever your heritage or background, black history is part of everyone’s history.General Commission on Religion and Race, United Methodist Church
Religion and Race have compiled 29 suggestions to help United Methodists celebrate Black History Month during this leap year.
Some ways to celebrate may include educating yourself on black history or the various African American Methodist movements. You might also support local African American businesses/charities or participate in local advocacy. You can also explore black literature, film and music that convey the unique voices and experiences of the culture.