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Let's Talk Black History Month

Updated: 24 hours ago

February 4, 2024

 

Observed every February, Black History Month is an important part of our world's social architecture, and survives as a time to recognize and celebrate the achievements and humanity of African Americans throughout history. As inclusivity and acceptance is central to our identity, this month is also a time to reflect on the struggles and challenges that African Americans have faced and continue to face in our society. By recognizing and celebrating the accomplishments of African Americans, we can help to create a more inclusive and equitable community. Black History Month can help to create a sense of unity and solidarity as populations unite to rediscover the significance and importance of this celebration. MBB remains indebted to the diversity and inclusivity efforts of generations past and present, and we support you wholeheartedly.


 

Our Due Diligence


Join a local NAACP unit, apply for a membership, or donate to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.



Educate yourself on African American history using the curriculum tools offered or become a member of the Bullock Museum.



Donate or apply to be a special events or visitor information volunteer at the exhibits of the national museum of African American history and culture.



Discover and purchase from the ultimate directory of African American-owned businesses.



 

Random Acts of Kindness


Sign up to become a RAKtivist (Random Acts of Kindness Activist) to receive exclusive resources along with behind the scenes pictures and videos of the Foundation.

(You can also donate to the Random Act's General Fund to support the Acts program, with over 90% of your donation going directly towards sponsoring an act of kindness in your community OR a community across the globe.)



 

Other Opportunities


Volunteer or partner with the Trevor Project, a nonprofit organization working to prevent LGBTQIA+ suicide.



Donate or consider volunteering opportunities by the Meaningful Movies Project, a nonprofit organization supplying social justice documentary films to boost social justice education.



Donate or become a Buckner volunteer to help meet the needs of vulnerable children, fragile families, and single parents, with opportunities across Texas.



 

To Black Excellence,

MBB

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