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Community Action Against Addiction celebrates Black History Month
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February is American Heart Month
The National Museum of African American History and Culture has chosen "African Americans and the Arts" as the theme for Black History Month 2024.
This year celebrate the African American artists - dancers, poets, writers, and visual artists - who have historically served as agents of illumination and change through their crafts.
Bringing together creative expression and the rhythmic pulse of progress, these artists have brought together communities and raised awareness of injustices through the years.