2022 DIVERSITY CALENDAR

Celebrate the joy of diversity with Brevity & Wit’s 2022 Diversity Calendar!

Diversity Calendar designs by month

Sometimes, in the hustle of daily life, we can forget the joy and beauty that exists in our diverse world. That’s why every year, Brevity & Wit creates a beautiful calendar that celebrates the diverse identities of humanity as our year-end thank you gift. 

This year, Brevity & Wit is making the calendar available for bulk purchase by organizations looking to honor the importance of diversity among their staff and clients. A customized order includes your organization’s logo and a note from your executive leader, and can be shipped directly to your recipients.

To order your calendar, please fill out the form.

Bulk order pricing:

10-25: $20 each
26-100: $16 each
101+: $12 each

Shipping and handling will be calculated and added based on unit quantity.
Please be advised that there is a $1000 fee for customization, and that a print and ship time of 4 weeks is requested on all orders.

Order the 2022 Diversity Calendar for your team today!

Do you want customization? (If so, we will email you to request a high-res copy of your logo and a written statement of no more than 100 words)

Diversity Calendar cover

About the Design

The 2022 Diversity Calendar was designed by Brevity & Wit’s Creative Director Acacia Betancourt. Using a photo collage technique, the unique aesthetic seen in this calendar is rarely seen in other print materials spotlighting diversity and is a true statement piece. Spiral-bound on acid-free paper, the 4-color calendar highlights major holidays for various cultural groups, and is accessible for people with low vision.

Dates at a Glance

JANUARY

National Mentoring Month

1: New Year’s Day
2: New moon
2: World Introvert Day
4: World Braille Day
6: Epiphany
7: Coptic Orthodox Christmas
9: Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti
11: National Human Trafficking Awareness Day
14: Makar Sankranti
16: World Religion Day
17: Full Moon
17: Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service
16-17: Tu Bishvat/Tu B’Shevat
18: Mahayana New Year
27: Holocaust Remembrance Day

FEBRUARY

Black History Month

1: New Moon
1: Chinese New Year (or Lunar New Year)
1: Losar, Tibetan New Year
1: National Freedom Day, honoring the signing of the 13th amendment
1-2: Imbolc, a Gaelic traditional festival marking the beginning of spring
2: Groundhog Day
2: National Freedom Day
3: Setsubun-Sai, marking the beginning of Spring in Japan
7: National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
11: Asian-American Women’s Equal Pay Day
14: Valentine’s Day
15: Parinirvana Day (or Nirvana Day)
15: Friendship Day (United States)
15: Singles Awareness Day
16: Full Moon
17: Random Acts of Kindness Day
17: Tu Bishvat
20: World Day of Social Justice
21: Presidents Day

MARCH

  • Women’s History Month
  • Gender Equality Month
  • National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

1: Self-Injury Awareness Day
1: Maha Shiravatri
1: Lailat al Miraj
1: Mardi Gras
2: New Moon
2: Baha’i Nineteen-Day Fast begins
2: Ash Wednesday
2: Read Across America Day
8: International Women’s Day
10: National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
13: Daylight Savings Starts
16: Purim
17: St. Patrick’s Day
18: Full Moon
19: Holi
20: Ostara
20: Spring Equinox
21: International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
21: World Down Syndrome Day
21-22: Nowruz/Norooz, Persian New Year
25: International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
25: Annunciation of the Virgin Mary
26: Khordad Sal (Birth of prophet Zoroaster)
31: International Transgender Day of Visibility

APRIL

  • Arab American Heritage Month
  • National Autism Awareness Month
  • Celebrate Diversity Month

1: New Moon
1: April Fools Day
2: World Autism Awareness Day
2: Ramadan begins
6: International Asexuality Day (IAD)
8: Day of Silence
10: Palm Sunday
14: Vaisakhi
14: Mahavir Jayanti
15: Good Friday
15: Passover begins
15: Tax Day
16: Full Moon
17: Easter Sunday
21: Baha’i Festival of Ridvan begins
22: Orthodox Good Friday
22: Earth Day
23: Passover ends
22: Orthodox Easter
26: International Day of Lesbian Visibility
28: World Day for Safety and Health at Work
30: New moon

MAY

  • Asian Pacific American Heritage Month 2022
  • Mental Health Awareness Month

1: International Workers’ Day
3: Eid al-Fitr
5: Cinco de Mayo
5: African World Heritage Day
8: Buddha’s Birthday (East Asia)
8: Mother’s Day
16: Full Moon
16: Vesak, celebrating Buddha’s birth, enlightenment and death (South Asia)
17: International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
19: Agender Pride Day
19: Global Accessibility Awareness Day
21: Armed Forces Day
21: World Day for Cultural Diversity
23: Pentecost
24: Pansexual and Panromantic Awareness and Visibility Day
28: New moon
29: Laylat al-Qadr
29: Ascension of Bahá’u’lláh
30: Memorial Day

JUNE

  • Caribbean American Heritage Month
  • LGBTQ+ Pride Month
  • Immigrant Heritage Month

1: #LGBTQ+FamiliesDay
2: Native American Citizenship Day, honoring the anniversary of the Indian Citizenship Act
5: National Long-Term HIV/AIDS Survivors Day
12: Loving Day
13: International Albinism Awareness Day
14: Full Moon
14: Flag Day in the United States
16: ​​International Day of the African Child
18: Autistic Pride Day
19: Juneteenth
19: Father’s Day
20: World Refugee Day
21: National Indigenous Peoples Day or First Nations Day
21: Summer Solstice
25: World Vitiligo Day
26: Marriage Equality / SCOTUS anniversary 2015
27: National PTSD Awareness Day
28: New moon
28: Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, also known as LGBT Pride Day

JULY

1: Canada Day
4: Independence Day
8: Day of Arafat
9: Eid al-Adha
12: Malala Day
13: Full Moon
14: International Non-Binary People’s Day
14: Bastille Day
18: Nelson Mandela International Day
24: Self-care Day
24: Parents Day
26: National Aunt and Uncle Day
26: National Disability Independence Day
28: New moon
30: International Day of Friendship,
30: Hijra (Islamic New Year)

AUGUST

Diversity Awareness Month

3: Black Women’s Equal Pay Day
7: Day of Ashura / Muharram
9: International Day of the World’s Indigenous People
11: Full moon
11: Raksha Bandhan
12: International Youth Day
15: Assumption of Blessed Virgin Mary
21: World Senior Citizens’ Day
23: International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
26: Women’s Equality Day
27: New Moon
31: Ganesh Chaturthi

SEPTEMBER

  • National Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Deaf awareness month

5: Labor Day
10: Full Moon
11: Grandparents’ Day
15: National Hispanic Heritage Month begins
16: Mexican Independence Day
21: International Day of Peace
22: Fall Equinox
23: Bi Visibility Day
23: Sexual Freedom Day
25: New moon
25: Rosh Hashanah begins
26: Navaratri begins
27: Rosh Hashanah ends
27: National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
29: Michaelmas, or the Feast of Michael and All Angels

OCTOBER

  • National Disability Employment Awareness Month
  • Down Syndrome Awareness Month
  • Blind awareness month
  • National Suicide Prevention Week Oct 4-10

1: Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day
1: International Day of Older Persons
4-5: Yom Kippur
5: Labor day
5: Dussehra
8: Milad un Nabi
9: Full Moon
10: Canadian Thanksgiving
10: World Mental Health Day
10: National Indigenous Peoples Day
11: National Coming Out Day
11: International Day of the Girl Child
15: International Day of Rural Women
16-17: (sundown to sundown): Shemini Atzeret
17: Black Poetry Day
20: Birth of Guru Granth
21: Latina Equal Pay Day
22: International Stuttering Awareness Day
24: Diwali
25: New moon
25: International Dwarfism Awareness Day
26: Intersex Awareness Day
31: Halloween

NOVEMBER

National Men’s Health Awareness Month

1: Día de los Muertos / All Saints Day
2: All Souls Day
6: Daylight Savings Ends
8: Full Moon
8: Birthday of Guru Nanak
11: Veterans Day
13: World Kindness Day
16: International Day for Tolerance
20: Transgender Day of Remembrance
23: New moon
24: Thanksgiving in the United States
25: International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
25: Native American Heritage Day
26: Small Business Saturday
29: Giving Tuesday

DECEMBER

1: World AIDS Day
3: International Day of Persons with Disabilities
5: ​​International Volunteer Day
7: Full Moon
10: Human Rights Day
12: Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
18: Hanukkah begins
18: Arabic Language Day
20: International Human Solidarity Day
21: Winter Solstice
23: New Moon
25: Christmas
26: Boxing Day
26: Kwanzaa begins
31: New Year’s Eve