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Celebrating History, Traditions, Culture and Community
In Honor of Black History Month & Women's History Month

In honor of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, we are saluting black and female employees who are making a difference in our company and our world. At Air Products, we are fully committed to bringing together people from different cultures and backgrounds to collaborate and innovate solutions to the world’s most significant energy and environmental challenges.


Celebrating Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month in February, Air Products employees were invited to participate in a series of virtual events designed to educate and inspire through engagement, dialogue and reflection. The events included a virtual trip to New York City's Lincoln Center for a night at the ballet, featuring Alvin Ailey's iconic masterwork, "Revelations," which pays homage to and reflects the cultural heritage of the African-American; a three-day viewing and discussion of the critically acclaimed documentary "The 13th"—titled after the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution abolishing slavery throughout the U.S.—which explores the "intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the United States"; a virtual cooking demonstration of an African-American staple, led by the chef of a local eatery that features authentic Chicago-style barbecue; and a game show-style competition that tested the knowledge of African-American music and culture.

The fun and engaging virtual events were sponsored by Air Products’ Black Employees Resource Group (BERG), part of the company’s Inclusion Network which partners with leadership to create supportive communities that help attract and retain talent, raise cultural awareness, develop critical skills and competencies, and contribute to the company’s diversity and inclusion objectives.