January Observances

Image of a snowy forest with the sun shining through the trees with the text: January Observnaces

 

Decorative banner with the text National Poverty in America Awareness Month

 

We observe National Poverty in America Awareness Month to bring attention to the millions of Americans experiencing poverty and to advocate for systemic changes to end poverty.

 

Resources

  • West Coast Poverty Center - Works to bridge the gaps between anti-poverty research, practice, and policy by connecting scholars, policymakers and practitioners; facilitating important social policy research; magnifying the reach of new knowledge; and fostering the next generation of anti-poverty scholars

  • SAMHSA Homelessness Programs and Resources - Includes programs and resources to help prevent and end homelessness among people with mental or substance use disorders

 

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Decorative banner with the text Human Trafficking Awareness Month

 

Human Trafficking Awareness Month brings attention to human trafficking, educates the public on how to identify and prevent this crime, and celebrates efforts across the globe to end human trafficking.

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Decorative banner with the text Martin Luther King Jr Day: January 16th

 

We celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day to commemorate the work of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., and to encourage communities to continue Dr. King's legacy of nonviolence and equity.

 

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Decorative banner with the text International Holocaust Remembrance Day January 27

 

On this annual day of commemoration, the United Nations urges everyone to honor the victims of the Holocaust and develop educational programs to prevent future genocides.

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