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Black History Month

Death of Cleopatra

A white marble statue of a woman sitting on a throne. She is wearing a long dress with long sleeves. She leans back in the chair, looking to the left.

Edmonia Lewis: Death of Cleopatra, marble, h. 1.6 m, 1876 (Washington, DC, Smithsonian American Art Museum); photo credit: Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC/Art Resource, NY


Black History Month 

Black History month has been celebrated every February since 1926. It is a celebration of Black history, community, resilience, creatives, and life. This guide has resources on Black history in Alberta, Canada, and worldwide. It includes databases, books, images, video, podcasts and more on topics related to Black history.


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