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Special Emphasis Program Observances

The following observances take place each year and are mandated through Presidential Executive Orders.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday – (January)                         
African American History - (February)      
Women's History – (March)
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month – (May)
Women's Equality Day - (August)
Hispanic Heritage – (September 15 – October 15)

Disability Employment Awareness – (October)

  • Our Nation’s annual observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month allows us to reflect upon, and consider the potential possessed by, the millions of Americans with disabilities who currently serve in our workforce, as well as those who are ready and willing to join the workforce. We recognize and salute the skills, creativity, and dedication of working people with disabilities and take appreciative note of their commitment to our Nation and its continued prosperity.  By joint resolution approved August 11, 1945, as amended (36 U.S.C. 121), the Congress has, each year since 1945, called upon this Nation to recognize the contributions that workers with disabilities have made, and requested the President to issue a proclamation calling for appropriate ceremonies and activities.

Native American Heritage – (November)


 

 

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