Commemorating Black History Month


Niagara Hospice believes in an equitable health care system for all and joins all Western New York health care organizations in commemorating Black History Month during February.

The organization takes great pride in ensuring everyone in Niagara County has the information they need to understand how to access hospice services so they can receive the benefits of specialized care, comprehensive support and personalized guidance as they navigate the challenges of an advanced illness.

As part of commemorating Black History Month, Niagara Hospice encourages people to visit the sites below to gain a deeper understanding about  African American history and culture.

 - The Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center is providing virtual discussions on Fridays during February. To learn more and register, please click here.

- PBS-WNED TV (Buffalo Toronto Public Media) is providing a variety of documentaries and specials during February about African American leaders and prominent figures. You can view the programming menu here.

- The Library of Congress is paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in America with discussions and presentations during February on its website here.


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