Black History Month in the Early Years

In October each year, Black History month is acknowledged and celebrated, to recognise the contributions that people of African and Caribbean backgrounds have made to the nation over many generations. It may be seen as an opportunity for people across the country to explore and discover black history and heritage, celebrate black culture and learn about the history of black culture whilst embracing and looking forward to the future. There is no doubt that Black History Month is an important time to raise awareness, celebrate diversity, bring communities together and explore cultures, however, is it important to celebrate this in the early years?

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