2023 This Day in Black History Calendar
- 4 1/4 X 4 1/2 page trim
- 100% recyclable and plastic-free with no shrink-wrapping. Cardboard easel backing is perfect for sturdy display on tabletop or desk
- Daily calendar with easy, tear-off pages featuring holidays and observances
We invite you to be inspired daily, as you discover awe-inspiring icons, achievements, and extraordinary events from Black history. This desk calendar showcases interesting historical facts that feature and celebrate Black achievement and excellence on easy to tear-off pages. It makes a great gift or accessory for your own office.
During the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s, African Americans staged civil rights marches in Washington, D.C. and the South. In their struggle for equality, African Americans demanded basic constitutional rights that had been denied to them for over 150 years, such as equal access to jobs, the right to decent homes and neighborhoods, equal protection under the law, and the freedom to assemble peaceably.
The National Archives holds in its records films, recordings, and photography chronicling the historic 1963 March on Washington.