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2022 Black History Month Spotlights

Black History Month, which takes place in February each year, is meant to recognize and honor the contributions, achievements, and struggles of African-Americans throughout history. It opens up necessary conversations about the reality of American history, as well as the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion. NAPA will be spotlighting several Fellows throughout the month to highlight the way that their lives have been impacted by Black History.

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