Macy’s Celebrates Black History With Special Activities All Month Long
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Mark your calendar for special Black History Month activities at Macy’s!
In 1976, the U.S. government introduced Black History Month during the nation’s bicentennial celebration to honor the achievements, contributions, and cultural richness of the African-American community. Over four decades later, Black History Month is still a special time to celebrate the gifts, voices, and legacy of these Americans, both past and present.
This year, Macy’s is proudly celebrating Black History Month with in-store events featuring discussions with prominent members of the beauty, fashion, art, and creator communities. Special guests will include MonicaStyleMuse, Matthew A. Cherry, Jerry Rice, Kim Kimble, Phoebe Robinson, and so many more.
Macy’s Black History Month events are open to the public, and everyone is invited to participate in these discussions. These special events are happening all month long at Macy’s stores across the country. If you’d like to attend and join in the discussion, participating locations and the complete schedule can be seen on Macy’s events page.