January Calendar Special Month


Calendar is rich in many historical, religious and cultural traditions. The event begins with two events that highlight the end of slavery for African Americans. January is a special month as follows: January 1 or January of the first, of course, is the first day of the calendar year.

January 2017 is known as National Guidance Month, Month Cervical Health Awareness, National Glaucoma Awareness, National Blood Donation Month, National Slavery and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings and also Month of Birth Deficit Prevention.

January 1, in 1804, when Haiti gained its independence from France as a result of the only successful slave uprising in history, in 1863 Abraham Lincoln issued the declaration of emancipation imposed on all slaves in the Confederate States. In addition to this, based on United States January Calendar Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Date of birth is viewed on January 16.

Born on January 15, Rev. The birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr on the following Monday. The prominent leader of the American civil rights movement is in the 1960s and early 1970s nonviolent use of social justice. King won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. He spoke against US participation in the Vietnam War and was prepared to lead the poor March in Washington when he was assassinated in Memphis on April 4, 1968.

In United States with monthly calendar January Calendar, Islam Arbaeen is viewed on January 14. This marks the end of the 40-day tradition of mourning after Ashura, which took place on 24 November 2011.

This is the birthday of the martyrdom of Hussein bin Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad and the third Imam of the Shiite Muslims. For Shiite Muslims, who form the majority in countries such as Iraq and Iran, Arbaeen is a memorial to the shrine of Hussein in Karbala, Iraq.




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