Black History Month

Celebrating the Arts

Every piece of art tells a story. This year, Black History Month honors the storytellers of the Black community – powerful artists speaking out through music, image, and word. Everywhere we work, from our classrooms to our boardrooms, Bright Horizons® honors those messages, reminding us to never forget the stories of the past, and to continually speak out against the biases that stand in the way of a more equitable future.

Bright Horizons Black History Month 2024

Committed to Equity For All

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Allied and acting against racism and inequity in the communities where we live and work

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Creating workplaces where all employees feel seen, heard, valued, and respected

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Ensuring services we receive and provide reflect the diverse audience we serve

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10 Questions Answered: How All Employees Can Be Allies For Racial Equity

Wondering what you, as a colleague who is not Black, can contribute to change? Our experts weigh in.

The Power of Storybooks

The Power of Storybooks

Books do more than tell stories; they immerse children in the experiences of the people on the page. For Black History Month, our education experts have rounded up thought-providing titles to tell those stories and inspire conversation at every age. 

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Creating Change

Gregg, a Bright Horizons Instructional Coach, shares his story of working with children, his career progression, and why representation in early education is so important.

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At Bright Horizons, everyone’s welcome in a workplace where they are heard, appreciated, and valued.


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