Yes, it's all quite complicated. As a matter of fact, my head just exploded. As for White History Month, that would be an interesting one. With black history, you may be looking at a more distinct group of individuals: "African Americans" certainly have their own sub-cultures, but they also have a distinctly shared history and common culture, I think. I'd like to see people define "white history" or even "white". What do those terms mean? To whom do they refer? Are we talking about European Americans? If so, let's go ahead and take a look at the history. Might need to start another thread, though. Or you might find that "white" has become a generic label used to describe anything that is culturally normative in America and Europe. Now why would you need to set aside a special month to celebrate and explore what is on parade 365 days a year?