6 NOAA employees reflect on Black history past, present and future
February is National Black History Month, an opportunity to celebrate the extraordinary achievements of Black Americans and their myriad contributions to all aspects of American culture and progress.
Black history is America’s history.
“While representation matters every day, Black History Month is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate our many achievements throughout our nation’s history, as well as sharing our collective stories and experiences,” writes Michael Morgan, NOAA’s assistant secretary of commerce for environmental observation and prediction.
In this same spirit of sharing, meet 6 NOAA employees in this Commerce Department video series, and hear their answers to the question:
What does Black History Month mean to you?