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February 01
​Celebrate Black History Month at Wake County Public Libraries

Throughout the month of February, Wake County Public Libraries celebrates Black History Month by hosting a variety of programs and events where visitors can learn more about the depth of the African American experience, history and culture.

Meet Author Carole Boston Weatherford
Saturday, Feb. 24, 2–3 p.m.
Cameron Village Regional Library
How did slavery, segregation and social justice shape our history and cultural evolution? Find out from New York Times bestselling author and distinguished scholar Carole Boston Weatherford. Weatherford is acclaimed for works of fiction and nonfiction that speak to both adults and children. Families and readers of all ages are welcome. Registration is requested.

Other programs featuring art, music and lectures by local experts on black history will take place throughout February. Great books for further exploration are also available. For more information, contact Elena Owens, library experience manager, at eowens@wakegov.com.

For information on Wake County Public Libraries locations, programs and services, visit wakegov.com/libraries.


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