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How To Celebrate Black History Month

Kafui Sakyi-Addo, Writer, Artist

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Another way to celebrate Black History Month is to Get Involved!
There are several events going on around Madison and Huntsville to celebrate including a Black History Enrichment and Enlightenment Festival on February 11 at Trinity United Methodist Church at 1 pm. There will also be a Black History Program at the Madison Public Library on February 25 at 1 pm. There will be a poetry reading at both events.

There is a variety of ways to enlighten yourself about the trials that others have been through. The Madison Public Library also has several displays around their library displaying books written about Black History, written by black people, and about characters that have impacted their world. With these resources, you can become more educated and more aware of the world around you, along with the people that inhabit it.

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