Upcoming Diversity Observances

Observances and National Days are a powerful way to highlight Diversity issues and give a voice to different groups.

National Women’s Equality Day

National Women’s Equality Day

A day to highlight and call out the inequality between men and women's pay.

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International Day of Sign Languages

International Day of Sign Languages

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Celebrate Bi-sexuality Day

Celebrate Bi-sexuality Day

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Native American Day

Native American Day

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International Translation Day 

International Translation Day 

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Disability Employment Awareness Month

Disability Employment Awareness Month

Diversity Awareness Month is all about opening dialogues that foster an appreciation of the differences that separate us as well as the similarities that unite us.

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Polish American Heritage Month

Polish American Heritage Month

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Black History Month

Black History Month

October is Black History Month in UK

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National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day

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Native American Day

Native American Day

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National LGBT Center Awareness Day

National LGBT Center Awareness Day

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International Creole Day

International Creole Day

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World Cities Day 

World Cities Day 

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American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

President George Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 "National American Indian Heritage Month. Similar proclamations have been issued each year since 1994.

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National Native American Heritage Day

National Native American Heritage Day

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Black History Month

Black History Month

February is Black History Month in USA and Canada"

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Women's History Month

Women's History Month

March was chosen to be National Women's History Month in the United States, declared as such by a biennial Joint Resolution of the U.S. Congress in 1987.

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Irish-American Heritage Month

Irish-American Heritage Month

March is Irish-American Heritage Month in USA as St. Patrick's Day falls on 17th March.

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Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day

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Equal Pay Day

Equal Pay Day

The date of this holiday changes each year as it is observed on the day that women's earnings catch up to men's from the year before.

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National Arab American Heritage Month

National Arab American Heritage Month

National Arab American Heritage Month celebrates the Arab American heritage and culture and pays tribute to the contributions of Arab Americans.

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International Day of Conscience

International Day of Conscience

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Spanish Language Day 

Spanish Language Day 

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English Language Day 

English Language Day 

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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Asian Pacific Americans account for nearly 5% of the American population and the group is projected to be the fastest-growing major population category over the next half-century.

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South Asian Heritage Month

South Asian Heritage Month

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Haitian Heritage Month

Haitian Heritage Month

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National Barrier Awareness Day

National Barrier Awareness Day

Let's help break barriers for individuals with disabilities for National Barrier Awareness Day!

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Cultural Diversity Day 

Cultural Diversity Day 

Find out the dates, history and traditions of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development 

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International Biodiversity Day

International Biodiversity Day

The General Assembly of the United Nations declared May 22 as the International Biodiversity Day to raise the awareness of citizens and increase understanding of the importance of its conservation and sustainable use.

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LGBT+ Pride Month

LGBT+ Pride Month

Until fairly recently, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) individuals did not have a specific month during which to celebrate and commemorate Pride Days in the United States.

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Caribbean American Heritage Month

Caribbean American Heritage Month

This month-long observance promotes the rich culture and heritage of the Caribbean American people and their contribution to the United States of America.

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Russian Language Day 

Russian Language Day 

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National Loving Day

National Loving Day

Loving Day is an unofficial national holiday that, much like its name, revolves around affection and strong relationships, but its history is more deeply rooted in not-so-distant racism and segregation in the United States.

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Windrush Day

Windrush Day

The arrival of the Empire Windrush in 1948 heralded a new age of multiculturism in the UK.

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National Crown Day

National Crown Day

National CROWN Day is a day of solidarity for the human rights of Black women, men, and children to wear their natural hair boldly, and proudly, without the fear of being discriminated against in school or the workplace.

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World Population Day 

World Population Day 

World Population Day is observed annually on 11 July to focus the attention on the urgency and importance of population issues.

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Indigenous Day

Indigenous Day

Indigenous people speak an overwhelming majority of the world’s estimated 7,000 languages and represent 5,000 different cultures.

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