One child's lost orange shirt has now become a symbol of the annual movement known as Orange Shirt Day, observed each year on September 30.
Celebrated on September 21, The International Day of Peace for 2022 reminds us all to end racism and strive for a more peaceful world.
Public Notice for Puget Sound Educational Service District
Hispanic Heritage Month, often referred to as Latin Heritage Month by the Latinx community, is a global celebration of the rich vibrant contributions, cultures, traditions, and achievements of the Latinx, Hispanic and Latino-identified communities around the world.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, offering an ideal opportunity to speak out and raise awareness, offer support, and save lives.
Upon this day, it's important that we remember that this observance is not only a reminder of the horrors of slavery as we honor its victims—it's also about our dedication across the globe to ensure that slavery, and the racism that caused it, is abolished once and for all.
Celebrated each August 14, Navajo Code Talkers Day salutes the courageous achievements of the Navajo men who were recruited to the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II.