The lack of acknowledgement to the accomplishments of Caucasians is demonstrating a double standard that the 21st Century cannot allow. Not acknowledging and celebrating the accomplishments of Caucasians is morally wrong and socially unacceptable. Are we not violating equality by ignoring the accomplishments of a ethnic group?
Ever since people started to notice racial differences, there have been racists. For most of human history, Caucasians considered themselves the optimal race, similar to Adolf Hitler's stance on Aryans. Other ethnicities were treated as inferior, in some cases inhuman, for so long that, only recently, are those who oppressed them for so long beginning to realise the work they have done for humanity. In my opinion, although you make a good point, we are still making up for lost time. So, to summarise, although I do not think we require a Caucasian History Month in the present, there is no reason for there not to-perhaps- be one in a century's time.