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February, 2024

Thursday
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February Is Black History Month: In 1969, Black students and educators at Kent University proposed an annual celebration of Black History Month, and, a year later, the university held the first celebration. Black History Month became a national observance within educational institutions and Black community organizations. Then in 1976, President Gerald Ford urged the country to recognize Black History Month during a bicentennial observance. Fifty years before this first official observance, Carter G. Woodson, Ph.D., a Black history scholar, proposed the observance of Negro History Week for the second week of February. That week is meant to include Abraham Lincoln’s and Frederick Douglass’ birthdays, the 12th and 14th respectively.
Thursday
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Natomas Pacific Pathways HS
11:00 AM
Friday
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Live on Metro Cable Channel 14 at 9:00 AM and re-broadcast during February Sponsored by Sacramento County Metro Cable Commission and LWV for recording link - contact forums@lwvsacramento.org
Friday
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Live on Metro Cable Channel 14 at 11:00 AM and re-broadcast during February Sponsored by Sacramento County Metro Cable Commission and LWV contact forums@lwvsacramento.org for YouTube link to recording
Saturday
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Folsom Library
2:00 PM
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YK Chalamcherla, Josh Hoover and Porshe Middleton (alpha order) sponsored by the League of Women Voters Sacramento County
Saturday
10
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This celebration (the Spring Festival) begins on the first day of the lunar new year—in 2024 the date falls on February 10 according to the solar calendar. The celebration lasts until the Lantern Festival on February 24.
Saturday
10
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Town Hall meeting hosted by Mayor to discuss issues in Sacramento
Wednesday
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The League of Women Voters was founded by Carrie Chapman Catt in February 1920 during a convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in Chicago.
Monday
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Washington‘s Birthday/Presidents‘ Day

In 1878, the U.S. Congress declared George Washington‘s birthday a federal holiday. The first observation was February 22, 1879. The Uniform Monday Holiday Act of 1970 changed the date of the holiday to the third Monday in February. This change means the holiday falls between February 15 and 21. The holiday goes by various names in U.S. States; in California, the holiday is called Presidents‘ Day.
Saturday
24
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This celebration (the Spring Festival) begins on the first day of the lunar new year—in 2024 the date falls on February 10 according to the solar calendar. The celebration lasts until the Lantern Festival on February 24.

Email: info@lwvsacramento.org

Phone (916) 447-8683

League of Women Voters of Sacramento
P.O. Box 22778 
Sacramento CA 95822