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National Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month

Embracing the beautiful spectrum of differences, we stand strong, united, and proud this month! Join us as we celebrate National Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month – spreading love, understanding, and acceptance. Together, let's create a world where every unique mind...

Women’s History Month

As Women’s History Month ends, we want to remind you of the importance of celebrating this holiday and if you didn’t celebrate this year, see if we can give you some inspiration to rally your girl gang for a special...

National Bullying Prevention Month

This event takes place the entire month of October. It was created to prevent childhood bullying while promoting inclusion, acceptance, and kindness. The Facts: This holiday was founded in 2006 by the PACER Center 20% of high school students in...

Women’s Equality Day

In 1971, Representative Bella Abzug championed a bill in the U.S. Congress to designate August 26 as “Women’s Equality Day.” We are grateful for the movement in a positive direction but we still have a lot of work to do....

Black History Month

Black Americans have been some of the most impactful leaders in the medical, political, and literature fields by continuously working hard to give back to their communities and advocating for what is right. For years black individuals have fought a...

Down Syndrome Awareness Month

We love to spread awareness for our friends with Down Syndrome (DS) every day, but especially in October for Down Syndrome Awareness Month! Individuals with DS are no different than you or me, they have the same interests, feelings, and...