In 1976, the United States designated February as Black History Month, a month where Americans celebrate the history, achievements, and influence of the Black community.
As you plan your Black History Month content this year, here are three different ways to show up on social media:
History & Noteworthy Facts – History facts are a great way to celebrate Black History Month on social media. Example: if you’re a small business, you could talk about America’s first female self-made millionaire, Madam C.J. Walker.
Quote Posts- Inspirational quotes are frequently shared on social media because they can drive engagement for brands. There are many inspirational Black voices and leaders to spotlight for Black History Month. Find some examples here.
Black History Month is an opportunity to raise awareness and connect with your audience on a deeper level.
By creating a solid social media strategy, you’ll be helping to create a more inclusive digital space in 2022 – and beyond.
Check out Black History Month content already created for you here!