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Buffalo Soldiers National Museum
Texas, home to many American presidents including Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, George H.W. and George W. Bush, keeps the rich American history alive through its variety of establishments and events promoting American culture. As we all celebrate Presidents Day today, reconnecting with our nation’s history is a great way to get in touch with our nation’s colorful journey. In Houston, check out what our city has in store for you.
Black History Month, always celebrated in February, is an important reminder to Americans to reflect and truly learn about not only the history of African-Americans in local communities, but how these citizens have influenced and changed the way this country works. As a culturally diverse city, Houston has many ways for people to celebrate Black History Month and learn more about this diverse and important part of American culture. Don’t miss out on these events, exhibitions and shows this February!