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2 Commitments Leaders Can Make This Black History Month

February 8, 2023 Alison Sancinito

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in US history. The month also represents an important opportunity for us to seek out new sources and perspectives to learn about Black history. Parallel to this learning, we can commit to an ongoing personal and professional journey of empathy and change to help advance racial equity and ensure a more inclusive future.

To support you on your leadership journey this February, and all year, check out these resources to deepen your learning.

1. Commit to Learn: What will you commit to learning about Black history as part of your ongoing leadership journey?

2. Commit to Empathy and Change: What role will you play today to ensure a more inclusive tomorrow?


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