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Tami Navarro, Assistant Professor and Chair of the Pan-African Studies Program

Black History Month presents us with opportunity to both acknowledge the many important contributions made by the Black community and to envision a future in which we live more equitably. The recent social justice movements around police reform and Black life, for example, have made clear the importance of keeping conversations about race and racism at the forefront of the American consciousness. At the same time, Black History Month affords us the chance to look back at many of the lessons learned—and victories won—by those who have come before. The legacy of Civil Rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. and John Lewis show the magnitude of change that is possible when we work together.

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