Black History Month
According to the Library of Congress, Black History Month began during “…the nation’s bicentennial. President Gerald R. Ford urged Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history.” Since then, schools, businesses, and the government take this time every year to “recognize the importance of Black history in the drama of the American story.”1
This year, we invite you to share your Black History Month stories on Instagram and tag @PartnersFCU* so that we can share them with our Members. You can also check out the video below, produced in 2021, featuring some of our Partners cast members and their stories.
With contributions by Jennifer M. and video by Daniel N. from Partners
1.Quotes Sourced from https://blackhistorymonth.gov/about
*For tagged stories to be visible on the Partners Instagram feed, your profile must be set to public.
Women’s History Month, How will you celebrate?
This year, we invite you to share your Women’s History Month celebrations with us on Instagram. Tag @PartnersFCU* so that we can share your story with our Members. To help get you inspired, take a look at last year’s Women’s History Month video, where we celebrated Partners cast members and their stories.
2022 Partners Annual Scholarship Recipients
As part of a very special tradition here at Partners, we are thrilled to announce our 2022 Annual Scholarship recipients!
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Hispanic Heritage Month is a great opportunity to learn about the rich history, art, and traditions of the Hispanic and Latinx cultures. Here are some ideas on ways you can explore the vast flavors, sounds, and incredible stories.