Every year on November 1st, people in the country of Mexico observe Día de Los Muertos, which is translated as the Day of the Dead.
Filipino American History Month in October commemorates the earliest documented evidence of Filipinos in the continental United States.
On September 30, Orange Shirt Day promotes awareness about the Indian residential school system that impacted Native American communities in the United States and Canada.
National Day of the Cowboy on the fourth Saturday in July recognizes the stoic, hardworking symbol of the American West. Celebrate the iconic trailblazers.
LUGHNASA Every year on the Sunday closest to August 1, the Celtic festival Lughnasa kicks off the harvest season. The festival also marks the beginning of autumn and traditionally lasts […]
Every year on February 1st, World Hijab Day recognizes the millions of Muslim women who choose to wear a hijab.
Jewish American Heritage Month in May reflects on the contributions of the Jewish people to a young and growing Nation over its almost 250-year history.
National Interpreter Appreciation Day on the first Wednesday of May celebrates the experts who connect those who want to communicate but they don't speak the same language.
Every year on February 21st, International Mother Language Day draw awareness for linguistic and cultural diversity. It’s also a day to promote multilingualism.
Celebrate International Women's Week, the week of March 8th, during International Women's Day.