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black history month

At Chuze, we strive to KNOW better so that we can DO better. In honor of Black History Month, Chuze will be  sharing some resources with you each week and highlighting Black leaders in American history that you might not have learned about.

Thank you for being wonderful humans who are willing to learn and grow together.

Historical Figure to Know

Shirley Chisholm (1924 – 2005)

In 1972, she became the first woman to run for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination. Her campaign slogan: “Unbought and Unbossed” rings even louder today.  Learn More…

Book of the Week

“My Grandmother’s Hands” by Resmaa Menakem

Also, check out these 125 Black-Owned Bookstores in America.

Historical Figure to Know

Dorothy Height (1912 – 2010) 

Hailed the “godmother of the women’s movement,” Height used her background in education and social work to advance women’s rights.

Learn More….

Book of the Week

“Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People” by Mahzarin R. Banaji and Anthony G. Greenwald

Also, check out these 125 Black-Owned Bookstores in America.

Historical Figure to Know

Gordon Parks (1912-2006)

Parks was the first African American on the staff of LIFE magazine, and later he would be responsible for some of the most beautiful imagery in the pages of Vogue. He stated “I saw that the camera could be a weapon against poverty, against racism, against all sorts of social wrongs. I knew at that point I had to have a camera.”

Learn More…

Book of the Week

“Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do” by Jennifer L. Eberhardt, PhD

Also, check out these 125 Black-Owned Bookstores in America.

Historical Figure to Know

Robert Sengstacke Abbott (1870 – 1940)

Without Abbott’s creative vision, many of the Black publications of today—such as Ebony, Essence, Black Enterprise, and Upscale—wouldn’t exist. Learn More… 

Check out GirlTrek: In the footsteps of a civil rights legacy, GirlTrek is a national health movement that activates thousands of Black women to be change makers in their lives and communities — through walking. IG: girltrek

Watch Google’s “Most Searched” – A Celebration of Black History Makers

The Chuze People tab is officially live on the company website! Check it out to learn more about our stance against racism and our plan to increase diversity, equity and inclusion within our Chuze Family.


Our current list is small, but it is growing. Our goal is to help support you in your path to understand, connect, or facilitate change, no matter where you are in the ongoing journey towards equality, diversity and inclusion.  

Together We Rise.


We are listening.

We want to hear from you. Share with us your perspective, ideas, questions, etc.

We will provide updates on our DEI initiatives on an ongoing basis throughout the year. This work will take our entire community committed to working together to achieve real change. Diversity and Inclusion is a broad subject, and our focus will continue to expand.