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Black History Month Celebration

11:30am - 1:00pm
In large the history of civil rights focuses on the story of African Americans, as well as people of other ethnicity and color, and their struggle to define who they are as citizens of society. This struggle continues to be a prevalent path that many, aside from racial and ethnic differences, are having to journey. On this path is the fight for equality for the LGBT community, those with different citizenship identity, women seeking economic justice, and access to quality education. With these issues still resonating through our communities, it is imperative that citizens recognize and act upon these ongoing struggles of what is “Civil Rights in America.”

“Civil rights are those which appertain to man in the right of his being a member of society.”

–Thomas Paine

The Angelo State Multicultural Center invites you to celebrate Black History Month on Wednesday, February 25th from 11:30-1:00pm. The celebration will include videos and information as it pertains to major past civil rights events within the academic arena. A taste of soul food will also be provided in commemoration of Black History Month.

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