From July 1st to July 31st, it is time to celebrate Black families. During this month, it is time to rededicate yourself to your family and celebrate your connection, heritage and commitment to one another. Families should look to implement progressive and positive changes, connect through old traditions, create new ones, and build through participating in activities that can be continued throughout the year.
Here are 4 simple things you can do.
1- Movie night- There are quite a few out there. The Transformers and Early To Echo are easy family nights
2. Beach Day.-Young families will want to head to beaches that have lifeguards, restrooms, and calm waters.
3. DVD Movie Night- Find your childhood favorite and share.
4. Park Day- Head out to the park to play!
Have a great month!
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