Gain Perspective from Dr. Hedy Lemar Walls

In February 1926 the nation celebrated its first African American History Month formerly known as Negro History Week. The celebration was later expanded for a duration of a month in 1976. This month raises awareness of African American's contributions to civilization and uplifts the impact that the culture has had and continues to have on the country.

There are many opportunities for us to learn more about the incredible African Americans' accomplishments through various educational and enrichment experiences and we invite you to explore these opportunities in this month’s Connection.

As you continue your equity journey, we look forward to you joining us in engaging sessions held virtually on Zoom, safe in person or in a mixture of virtual and in-person settings.

Connect with our team to discuss how we can support you.

Read past issues of the UnitedHealth Group Equity Innovation Center of Excellence Connection.