We can all celebrate linguistic diversity on International Mother Language Day today! In 1999, the General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared February 21st International Mother Language Day. It might sound like a day to think about the language we use with our mothers, but it’s a global celebration of
This President’s Day, we can look back on the great men who’ve helped our country thrive. Many of us may not know that President’s Day will never fall on the birthday of any America’s past presidents. Although the day’s origins come with the celebration of George Washington’s birthday and Abraham Lincoln, Ronald Reagan, and William
During Random Acts of Kindness Week, today stands out as an opportunity to spread goodness. Let’s turn the world kind! That’s the goal of Random Acts of Kindness Week, which started on the 12th and ends tomorrow. Today is National Random Acts of Kindness Day, which stands out as an opportunity for all of us to take
As we remember Susan B. Anthony on her birthday today, we are reminded of the importance of equal rights for all. We know Susan B. Anthony as one of American’s foremost suffragettes and that alone is reason enough to celebrate her birthday today! Women’s rights weren’t the only cause she championed, though. Anthony was deeply committed to social
Before you celebrate with your sweetheart tomorrow, join us in observing International Condom Day today! We’re all buying flowers and making dinner reservations to prepare for Valentine’s Day tomorrow, but there’s one more thing we need to add to our lists – a stop at the drugstore. Today is International Condom Day! The AIDS Healthcare Foundation
We encourage you to check out these key dates during Black History Month this February. We’re familiar with Black History Month, but perhaps we may have wondered why it falls in February? It’s not just chance – this month has quite a few significant dates during which our nation took steps towards equality for all.
February 8th is National Boy Scouts Day in honor of its founding in 1910. Over a century ago today, a stack of papers was filed that would change the lives of generations of young men. On February 8th, 1910, William Dickson Boyce – a Chicago publisher – went to Washington D.C. to submit the incorporation papers that