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Cerro Coso Celebrates Black History Month

by Cerro Coso Library on 2021-02-01T09:00:00-08:00 in History | Comments

Black History Month has a 95 year history as a celebration of African American heritage, history, and achievements. It is a great time for all of us to not only recognize the contributions of the remarkable African Americans of yesterday, but to reflect on inclusion and diversity in our schools, workplaces, and communities so that we can pave the way for the remarkable African Americans of tomorrow.

Want to learn more about African American history and civil rights movements? Here are a few eBooks to get you started:

Don't forget to also check out our library guide on Anti-Racism Resources, featuring dozens of websites, videos, podcasts, and books that focus on coping with and dismantling racism, understanding white privilege, and becoming an anti-racist ally.

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United States Vice President Kamala Harris (CC) Gage Skidmore

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