February is Black History Month! Celebrate it with your religious congregation with budget-friendly products that promote faith & inspiration in the African-American culture.
When congregants and community members read, they'll be reminded of the faith that has played such a powerful role in black history. Bookmark features our uplifting design on front and Martin Luther King's wise and uplifting quotation on back.
Give congregates valuable lessons in African-American history and culture each time they read. Gold Foil-Stamped Deluxe Bookmarks highlight outstanding leaders, decisive events and major contributions to the nation. Each embodies the rich heritage celebrated during Black History Month.
Bookmark provides spiritual inspiration every time recipient reads. Stylus Pen with soft tip keeps screens free of fingerprints and smudges.
Provide congregates and community members with spiritual sustenance every time they read. Bookmark features our uplifting design on front and lyrics from James Weldon Johnson's Lift Every Voice And Sing, on back.
Cotton crewneck T-Shirt features a powerful theme capturing the meaning of Black History Month.
Students will wear this button, displaying their belief in the ideals communicated by Martin Luther King, Jr. in his "I Have A Dream" speech. Distribute them throughout your school.
Discusses 101 significant contributions made by African Americans over the past 300 years. From milestones in the struggle for freedom to the cure for motion sickness to jazz, children will learn that African Americans have changed our nation for the better in many important ways. With fun activities and a glossary for new words. 16 pages. For grades 3-6.
Front vividly portrays Martin Luther King Jr. at the March on Washington, 1963. Back contains two quotations from his stirring "I Have A Dream" speech in which Dr. King spoke of national ideals, equality and his hopes for the future generation.
Teaches children about civil rights and their history in the United States, with special emphasis on the Civil Rights Movement. Students learn about key events, laws and people that have played a role in bringing fairness and justice to all Americans. 16 pages. For grades 4-6.
Bookmark provides an outline of the monumental events in the struggle for African American freedom and equality. Encompasses over a century of history, from the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 to the Right to Fair Housing, established in 1968.
Provide church members with a timeless message. This striking magnet testifies to the power of God in every aspect of our lives.
Inspiring messages about black history and faith adorn the top, bottom and sides of the outer magnet. Center holds 14 magnets in various sizes that can be removed, separated and displayed alone - or grouped to create unique statements about spirituality. Frame accommodates a 3 1/2" x 4 1/2" photo. Adheres to any metal surface.