Diversity Calendar 2023 | Inclusion And Cultural Events (2023)

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01 December, 2021

Starting to plan your diversity and inclusion programs for this year? We've got you covered with a comprehensive calendar, replete with dates, history, and nations in which they are celebrated.

The world has been working for decades to improve our understanding of diversity in our daily lives. From the Civil Rights Movement to the Black Lives Matter Movement, embracing diversity and encouraging inclusion has been a cornerstone of a peaceful and thriving organization.

For decades now, businesses have been putting in a lot of effort to develop DE&I programs in their workplaces so that their employees are seen and heard. This is to ensure equal opportunities for people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and sexes. So, we've created a diversity and inclusion calendar for 2023 to ensure you don't miss out on any significant events. Lets's dive in!

Diversity and Inclusion Calendar 2023:List of Cultural Holidays

January Holidays

  • January 1, New Year’s Day: This is the first day of the year and a globally recognized holiday.
  • January 4, National Braille Day Birthday: This day marks the birth of Louis Braille (People with Disabilities). French educator Louis Braille created a system of reading and writing for visually impaired people. His system, known worldwide as “braille,” remains largely unchanged today.
  • January 7, Christmas (Eastern Orthodox): This day celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ on Epiphany.
  • January 7, Mahayana New Year (Buddhist): This day is celebrated by Mahayana Buddhists, who celebrate the New Year on the first full moon day in January.
  • January 15, World Religion Day: This day was initiated by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States, but now it is recognized internationally.
  • January 17, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: This 2022US Holiday is observed in the remembrance of MLK, who was the face of the nonviolent civil rights movement in the US.
  • January 22, Lunar New Year: According to the traditional Chinese calendar, this day is marked as the beginning of the new year.
  • January 24, International Day of Education: This day is a celebration of the role of education for peace and development.
  • January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day: This day commemorates the tragedies that occurred during the Second World War.

February Holidays

  • February 1, National Freedom Day: This day is internationally recognized as a day when Abraham Lincoln, who was the nation's president at the time, signed a joint resolution that proposed the 13th amendment to the United States Constitution.
  • February 8, Safer Internet Day: This day is celebrated in the second week of February to provide safer and better internet, where every user gets to use the internet responsibly and without getting their data leaked.
  • February 15, Susan B. Anthony Day (US): This day is marked as a celebration of women’s suffrage in the US.
  • February 15, International Childhood Cancer Day: This day is internationally recognized as a day to raise awareness of cancer and support efforts towards eradicating cancer.
  • February 18, Maha Shivaratri (Hindu): This day from our heritage months calendar is celebrated as a festival of worship of the Hindu god Shiva and his wife Parvati, the “mother goddess.”
  • February 21, International Mother Language Day: This day promotes multilingualism and promotes linguistic and cultural diversity.
  • February 21, Mardi Gras: This is a celebration of carnival, which ends on the day before Ash Wednesday.
  • February 22, Ash Wednesday: Western Christians recognize this first day of Lent as a holy day for fasting and praying.
  • Black History Month (the US and Canada): This month celebrates the role of people of African ancestry in the history of the US and Canada.
  • Black History Month (UK): This month is an annual celebration of the contributions and achievements of the people of African heritage.
  • LGBT History Month (UK): This month is to raise awareness of the civil rights movements related to the LGBT group in the UK.

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March Holidays

  • March 3, Employee Appreciation Day: On the first Friday of March, employers celebrate this day to support, thank, and reward their employees.
  • March 6-7, Purim (Jewish): The Jewish holiday in which Jews commemorate being saved from persecution in the ancient Persian Empire.
  • March 8, International Women’s Day: This day marks the celebration of all the political, social, and economic achievements of women.
  • March 8, Holi (Hindu): Holi is a popular ancient Indian festival, also known as the "Festival of Love", the "Festival of Colours" and the "Festival of Spring".
  • March 14, Pi Day: This day of the 2023 cultural events, the world celebrates Pi Day to recognize the mathematical constant, Pi.
  • March 17, St. Patrick’s Day: This day on the multicultural calendar 2023 is a celebration of Irish heritage.
  • March 21, Naw-Ruz (Baha’i New Year): This day from the cultural days 2023 calendar is the first day of the Baháʼí calendar year and one of nine holy days for adherents of the Baháʼí Faith.
  • March 23, Ramadan begins (Muslim): This day on the ethnic holiday calendar is the beginning of one of the holiest Islamic months.
  • March 31, International Transgender Day of Visibility: This day celebrates as the Trans Day of Visibility is an annual awareness day celebrated around the world.
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April Holidays

  • April 2, World Autism Awareness Day: This day is observed to raise awareness about people on the Autism spectrum.
  • April 2, Palm Sunday (Christian): Palm Sunday is a celebration honoring Jesus Christ's victorious entry into Jerusalem on the Diversity and Inclusion Calendar 2023.
  • April 6, National Tartan Day (Scottish): This day commemorates the Scottish Declaration of Independence.
  • April 7, Good Friday (Christian): This day commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus on the Friday before Easter.
  • April 9, Easter (Christian): This festival and holiday celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, as described in the Old Testament. As always, the 2023 Easter will be celebrated on a Sunday.
  • April 14, National Day of Silence (LGBTQIAA+): People take a vow of silence to protest the harmful effects of harassment and discrimination against LGBTQ people in schools.
  • April 21, Eid al-Fitr (Muslim): This day marks the end of Ramadan.
  • April 22, Earth Day: This is an international event celebrated worldwide to pledge support for environmental protection.

May Holidays

  • May 5, Cinco de Mayo: A Day to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage.
  • May 14, Mother’s Day (US): This day celebrates the joy of motherhood and all the contributions made by mothers.
  • May 17, International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia
  • May 21, World Day for Cultural Diversity: This day from our heritage month's calendar highlights the need for cultural exchange and celebrates the world’s diversity.
  • May 29, Memorial Day: This day from our cultural celebrations by month is to remember all those who have died in military service.

June Holidays

  • June 4, National Cancer Survivors Day (US): This day is observed to celebrate the people who survived cancer, inspire those still battling, and support the community.
  • June 11, Race Unity Day: This day aims to promote racial harmony.
  • June 18, Father’s Day (US): This day celebrates the joy of fatherhood and all the contributions made by fathers.
  • June 19, Juneteenth: This day marks the end of slavery in Texas in 1865 and honors African-American freedom. This 2023 US Holiday is falling on a Sunday in the coming year.
  • June 20, World Refugee Day: This day on the DEI Calendar is dedicated to raising awareness about refugees worldwide.
  • June 21, National Indigenous Peoples’ Day (United States): This day honors, celebrates, and pays tribute to the contributions of Indigenous peoples in the US.
  • June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day (Canada)
  • June, Pride Day (LGBTQIAA+) (varies by city and country): This month commemorates the Stonewall Riots in New York in 1969.

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July Holidays

  • July 1, Canada Day (Canada): Canada Day is a federal statutory holiday celebrating the Canadian Confederation.
  • July 4, Independence Day (USA): This day is celebrated as the Independence Day of the USA.
  • July 11, World Populace Day: This day from our cultural celebrations by month is observed annually on 11 July to focus on the urgency and importance of population issues.
  • July 18, International Nelson Mandela Day: This day on the DEI Calendar is celebrated in the honor of the civil rights leader for South Africa and the country’s first black president.
  • July 24, Pioneer Day (Mormon): Utah's official holiday marking the arrival of LDS church founder Brigham Young arriving in the Salt Lake area.
  • July 26, National Disability Independence Day (commemorates the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act): On this day from the DEI Calendar 2023 act has outlawed discrimination against people with disabilities
  • July 30, International Day of Friendship: Promoted by the United Nations, this day promoted friendship among people from diverse backgrounds.


  • August 9, International Day of the World’s Indigenous People: This day is created by the UN, celebrates the cultures of indigenous peoples around the world
  • August 13, Left-Handers Day: On this day the nation pauses to acknowledge and remember the sacrifices made by the brave members of our military.
  • August 21, Krishna Janmashtami (Hindu): This day from the DEI Calendar 2023 celebrates the birth of one of the most popular deities in the Hindu faith, celebrated with a great festival
  • August 21, Senior Citizens Day: This day from the Diversity Holiday Calendar is celebrated as the world’s senior citizen’s day.
  • August 26, Women’s Equality Day: This commemorates American women gaining the right to vote in 1920.

September Holidays

  • September 4, Labor Day: Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September.
  • September 11, Patriot Day: This day remembers those who were injured or killed on September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the US.
  • September 15, International Day of Democracy: The International Day of Democracy on the cultural celebration calendar provides an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world.
  • September 15-17, Rosh Hashanah begins (Jewish): This day is the beginning of the Jewish New Year, a time for reflection in the faith.
  • September 19, Ganesh Chaturthi (Hindu): Festival from the Diversity Holiday Calendar celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha, the God of new beginnings and a fresh start.
  • September 21, International Day of Peace: The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.
  • September 22, American Business Women’s Day: This day honors the accomplishments of businesswomen across the nation.
  • September 22, National Native American Day: This day is observed annually on the second Monday in October, celebrating the cultures and contributions of the many Native American tribes.
  • September 27, World Tourism Day: This day aims to raise awareness of the importance of tourism in affecting the social, cultural, political, and economic values of the international community.

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October Holidays

  • October 2, International Day of Nonviolence: This day from the Cultural Holidays 2023 is celebrated on the occasion of the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, leader of the Indian independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of non-violence.
  • October 10, World Mental Health Day: This day is observed to raise mental health awareness and dismantle the social stigma surrounding it.
  • October 11, National Coming Out Day (LGBTQIAA+): This annual observance celebrates the LGBT community.
  • October 16, Bosses’ Day: This day is celebrated by employees to thank their bosses for their support.
  • October 31, Halloween: This day from the 2023 Cultural Calendar originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts.
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month: This month from the Cultural Holidays 2023 highlights the importance of breast cancer awareness and research.
  • National Disability Employment Awareness Month (US): This month is celebrated to highlight the contributions of people with disabilities in workplaces.
  • National Work and Family Month (US): This month from the 2023 Cultural Calendar, businesses are asked to promote work-life balance and flexible work environments.
  • LGBT History Month (US): This annual observance of civil rights movements of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people in the history of the United States.
  • German-American Heritage Month (US): This month honors, celebrates, and pays tribute to German-Americans' contributions in the US.
  • Filipino-American History Month (US): This month honors, celebrates, and pays tribute to Filipino-Americans' contributions in the US.
  • Italian-American Heritage Month (US): This month honors, celebrates, and pays tribute to the contributions of Italian-Americans in the US.
  • Polish-American Heritage Month (US): This month honors, celebrates, and pays tribute to the contributions of Polish Americansin the US.

November Holidays

    • November 1, All Saints’ Day (Roman Catholic): On this day, those who have passed away in the Christian faith and Mexican and Aztec communities.
    • November 1, National Stress Awareness Day: This day intends to raise awareness about stress and methods to fight it.
    • November 11, Veterans Day: This day from the Equality and Diversity Calendar 2023 commemorates the hostilities of the First World War and celebrates those who served in the war.
    • November 12, Diwali (Hindu): Diwali is a festival of lights that usually lasts five days and is celebrated during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika.
    • November 16, Internation Day for Tolerance: This day is founded by the UN to promote respect for various religions, languages, ethnicities, and cultures.
    • November 19, International Men’s Day: International Men's Day celebrates the positive value men bring to the world, their families, and communities worldwide.
    • November 20, Transgender Day of Remembrance: This day seeks to remember those murdered due to transphobia.
    • November 20 – Universal Children’s Day (Human Rights, U.N.): The day from the Equality and Diversity Calendar 2023 is celebrated globally to promote children's rights besides improving their living standards.
    • November 23 – Thanksgiving: This is the time in America to give thanks for the harvest and spend time with family and friends.


  • December 1, World AIDS Day: This day aims to help raise awareness of HIV/AIDs and money to cure it.
  • December 3, International Day for People with Disabilities: This day aims to promote the rights and well-being of people with disabilities.
  • December 5, International Volunteer Day: This day takes measures to heighten awareness of the vital contribution of volunteer service.
  • December 10, International Human Rights Day: This day on the inclusivity calendar commemorates the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adoption by the United Nations General Assembly.
  • December 25, Christmas (Christian): This day on the cultural celebrations 2023 calendar is a holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ
  • December 26, Kwanzaa begins: This celebration honors African heritage and culminates with a feast.
  • December 31, New Year’s Eve: The last day of the year, and the day is celebrated at evening parties.

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What are the awareness months for 2023? ›

November 2023 Events
  • Native American Heritage Month.
  • National Family Caregivers Month.
  • American Diabetes Month.
  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
  • Movember (Men's Health Awareness)
  • Epilepsy Awareness Month.
  • National Adoption Month.
  • National Alzheimer's Disease Month.

What is significant about 2023? ›

Now, 2023 has us in its sights. From the launch of the largest offshore wind farm in Japan to the 100th birthdays of The Walt Disney Company and Warner Brothers to a celebration of dogs in Nepal — read on to find examples of perseverance and ingenuity in action.

What month is cultural diversity month? ›

April is Diversity Month, a time to recognize and celebrate the beauty of our unique cultures, backgrounds, and traditions.

What is multicultural day on january 2023? ›

On January 26, 2023, Multicultural Children's Book Day (MCBD) will celebrate its 10th anniversary of bringing culturally diverse books to the hands of children, parents, teachers, and librarians.

What are the different months dedicated to? ›

2022 Harvard Heritage Months
  • February: Black History Month. ...
  • March: Women's History Month. ...
  • April: Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Month. ...
  • May: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. ...
  • June: Pride Month. ...
  • July: Disability Pride Month. ...
  • September: Latinx Heritage Month. ...
  • October: LGBTQ+ History Month.

What awareness month is June 2023? ›

Children's Awareness Month takes place in June every year. It is a special month that focuses on a generation of leaders who will pave the way for our future.

What is something to look forward to in 2023? ›

Peak TV shows return. "The Mandalorian," the popular Star Wars spin-off Disney Plus series, is set to return for a new season in 2023. Joining the line-up of TV shows returning next year are Apple TV's "Ted Lasso" and Netflix's "Outer Banks." "Succession" is also set to return in 2023 with its fourth season.

What is the color of the year 2023? ›

The Color of the Year for 2023 is Viva Magenta, which the company describes as powerful and empowering. “Viva Magenta is brave and fearless, and a pulsating color whose exuberance promotes a joyous and optimistic celebration... [It] revels in pure joy, encouraging experimentation and self-expression without restraint.”

What is a leap year 2023? ›

What is a leap year? To be a leap year, the year number must be divisible by four – except for end-of-century years, which must be divisible by 400. This means that the year 2000 was a leap year, although 1900 was not. 2024, 2028, 2032 and 2036 are all leap years.

What cultures are celebrated each month? ›

Holiday Calendar & Heritage Months
  • February. Black History Month.
  • March. Women's History Month.
  • May. Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
  • June. LGBTQ+ Pride Month.
  • September 15 – October 15. Hispanic Heritage Month.
  • October. National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
  • November. Native American Heritage Month.
  • November 11.

Is there a national diversity week? ›

October 1 through October 7, 2021 (the first full week of October) marks National Diversity Week, founded in 1998 to raise awareness about the diversity which has shaped, and continues to shape, the United States.

What is Diversity 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. The Global Diversity Awareness Month is October. However, in United States we celebrate Diversity Awareness Month in April.

What are the 12 heritage Months? ›

  • African American/Black History Month (February)
  • Women's History Month (March)
  • Arab American Month (April)
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Pride Month (April/June)
  • Asian Pacific Heritage Month (May)
  • Jewish American Heritage Month (May)
  • Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 - October 15)

What is celebrated on 23 January in the world? ›

Parakram Diwas (also called Parakram Divas) is celebrated on January 23 every year. It is an Indian national holiday marking the birthday of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (popularly called Netaji), a prominent nationalist, politician, and freedom fighter.

What day is Culture Day in USA? ›

The world celebrates Universal Day of Culture every year on April 15.

What awareness month is March 2023? ›

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month (March, 2023)

What month is it number wise? ›

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What Heritage Month is March 2023? ›

Irish-American Heritage Month – March 2023.

What awareness month is July 2023? ›

Fragile X Awareness Month falls in July every year to create awareness and support systems for families impacted by the rare syndrome.

What awareness month is november 2023? ›

Lung Cancer Awareness Month – November 2023.

What awareness month is May 2023? ›

U.S. Mental health is wealth, especially during Mental Health Awareness Month, which is celebrated in May.

What are some things to look forward to in the future? ›

I have listed “35 things to look forward to” to help you develop a list
  • Holidays and Annual celebrations with family and friends.
  • Learn to play a musical instrument.
  • Begin a home exercise routine.
  • Take a road trip with a friend.
  • Make date nights with spouse.
  • Sip wine with a significant other watching the sun set.
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How do I start looking forward to the future? ›

How to have things to look forward to right now
  1. Do something for yourself. ...
  2. Put it in the calendar. ...
  3. Treat yourself. ...
  4. Plan your exercise. ...
  5. Try a weekly 'work-in' ...
  6. Make your week look like a week. ...
  7. Focus on the long run. ...
  8. Support for you.
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What color is replacing gray 2023? ›

Now that gray is no longer the go-to paint color, you may be wondering what color is replacing gray. The answer? It's beige.

What is the lucky colour for 2023? ›

The 2023 lucky colors, derived from both the Wood and Water elements, and the Yin polarity of the Year of the Rabbit 2023, are azure blue and apple green.

What color wallet is lucky for 2023? ›

In Tuesday's episode of “Unang Hirit,” Feng Shui consultant Johnson Chua gave three tips on how to bring luck to your wallet this coming 2023. Generally speaking, using a red wallet attracts luck when it comes to a person's cash flow. But Chua also said using a brown wallet is ideal since it's an “earth color.”

Why 2023 is not a leap year? ›

The rule is that if the year is divisible by 100 and not divisible by 400, leap year is skipped. The year 2000 was a leap year, for example, but the years 1700, 1800, and 1900 were not. The next time a leap year will be skipped is the year 2100.

Is 2023 a leap year in Chinese calendar? ›

The last Chinese calendar leap month was in 2020. There were two fourth lunar months: month 4 and then "intercalary month 4" - the leap month. The next leap month will be in 2023, when a second lunar month 2 will be observed.

Is 2023 a leap year yes or no? ›

2023 is not a Leap Year, so there is no Feb. 29, 2023. (Just one more year, folks!) Those born on that day don't always get to celebrate their actual birthday — since that date occurs only every four years.

What is the theme for 2023 Black History Month? ›

The national 2023 Black History Month theme, “Black Resistance,” explores how African Americans have addressed historic and ongoing disadvantage and oppression, as evidenced by recent events. But disadvantage and oppression transcend overt instances of violence.

What holidays are cultural? ›

Cultural holidays often prove to be ideal occasions for team bondings. Ramadan, Diwali, and Christmas are some festivals that are celebrated across the world. Despite being a religious holiday, these festivals are pompously celebrated by members of other religions too. They can be counted as cultural holidays.

What is the important cultural day? ›

Held every year on 21 May, the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development celebrates not only the richness of the world's cultures, but also the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development.

What is Cultural Diversity week? ›

Cultural Diversity Week is about gathering together to celebrate our diversity through the art, music, language, food and traditions of our cultures. Find out more about Cultural Diversity Week via the Victorian Multicultural Commission. Cultural Diversity Week will be celebrated at the library in March 2023.

What is world Inclusion day? ›

World Inclusion Day celebrates our differences as human beings and the contributions of people of all abilities, races, genders, nationalities, religions and more.

How do you celebrate diversity awareness month? ›

How to Celebrate Diversity Month (Year-Round)
  1. Mark your calendar for history and heritage celebrations. ...
  2. Host a Lunch and Learn. ...
  3. Share the News. ...
  4. Put on a Cultural Art Exhibit. ...
  5. Create a Question of the Week. ...
  6. Mix Up the Music. ...
  7. Schedule a Diversity Roundtable. ...
  8. Host a Job Fair.
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How do we celebrate Cultural Diversity day? ›

Activity Title:
  1. Appreciate Diversity Logo Contest. ...
  2. Cross-Cultural Movie Reviews. ...
  3. Cultural Art Exhibit. ...
  4. Learn a Folk Dance. ...
  5. Multicultural Film Festival. ...
  6. Multicultural Perspectives in Entertainment. ...
  7. Music from Around the World. ...
  8. Appreciate Diversity Month Briefing.

What is Global Diversity Day? ›

Held every year on 21 May, UNESCO leads the celebration of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development highlighting not only the richness of the world's cultures, but also the essential role of intercultural dialogue for achieving peace and sustainable development.

What is a diversity calendar? ›

Throughout the year around the world people come together in recognition, commemoration and celebration of significant national and international dates. The Diversity calendar provides some further information about these significant dates.

What Heritage Month is April 2023? ›

Arab American Heritage Month is an annual observance that takes place in April to celebrate Arab American heritage and culture.

What cultural month is April? ›

Did you know that April is diversity month? It was officially designated as diversity month in 2004, and it strives to help people gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of each other and their differences.

What cultural month is May? ›

Since 1990, the U.S. government has designated the month of May as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, celebrating the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States.

What is special on 23rd january 2023? ›

India observed Parakram Diwas on Monday to mark the 126th Birth anniversary of country's great freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. India's President Droupadi Murmu paid homage to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on the occasion of Parakram Diwas.

What is celebrated in 23 September? ›

The International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL) is celebrated annually across the world on 23 September. The day is a unique opportunity to support and protect the linguistic identity and cultural diversity of all deaf people and other sign language users.

What is celebrated on 23 November in world? ›

Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving — a rare celebratory holiday without an established gift-giving component.

Why do we celebrate Cultural Diversity? ›

Cultural celebrations foster respect and open-mindedness for other cultures. Celebrating our differences, as well as our common interests, helps unite and educate us. To understand other's perspectives, to broaden our own, and to fully experience and educate ourselves.

What awareness month is july 2023? ›

Fragile X Awareness Month falls in July every year to create awareness and support systems for families impacted by the rare syndrome.

What awareness month is nov 2023? ›

There are several awareness months celebrated in November — though the five that often get the most attention include Native American Heritage Month, Movember, Diabetes Awareness Month, Epilepsy Awareness Month, and National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.

What awareness month is August 2023? ›

Psoriasis Awareness Month – August 2023.

What awareness month is september 2023? ›

National Pain Awareness Month is observed in September every year.

What health awareness month is february 2023? ›

February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.

What is April health awareness month 2023? ›

National Minority Health Month is observed the entire month of April. It is an inclusive initiative that targets the health needs of African Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, and other minorities.

What is June known for awareness? ›

There are several awareness months celebrated in June — though the five that often get the most attention include LGBTQ+ Pride Month, Men's Health Awareness Month, Gun Violence Awareness Month, Alzheimer's Awareness Month, and Immigrant Heritage Month.

What national awareness month is April? ›

There are several awareness months celebrated in April — though the five that often get the most attention include Earth Month, Stress Awareness Month, Alcohol Awareness Month, National Donate Life Month, and Autism Acceptance Month.

What cultural holidays are in March? ›

Some March national holidays are National Grammar Day, National Dentist's Day, and National Pi Day. March celebrations also include Holi, St. Patrick's Day, and International Women's Day. Plus, Passover, Easter, and Ramadan are often holidays in March.

What holiday is March 17 2023? ›

National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence.

What month is March diversity? ›

Day(s)Group, Culture or Cause Recognized
All MonthGreek-American Heritage Month
All MonthGender Equality Month
All MonthIrish-American Heritage Month
All MonthEthnic Equality Month
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What is the important day of November 23? ›

23 November in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons. 23 November is the birth anniversary of Nirad Chandra Chaudhuri, Krishna Chander, and Geeta Dutt. 23 November is also observed as the death anniversary of Sakharam Ganesh Deuskar, and Jagdish Chandra Bose.

What awareness month is October? ›

There are several awareness months celebrated in October — though the five that often get the most attention include ADHD Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Depression Awareness Month, LGBTQ+ History Month, and National Book Month.

What diversity month is November? ›

Native American Heritage Month

As Thanksgiving approaches, this is a fitting November diversity celebration. Native American Heritage Month celebrates the culture and heritage of native people who enrich this country.


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