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Art display at Huntsville/Madison Main Library celebrates Black History Month

The display features student essays honoring the Tuskegee Airmen and art by local students.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala — A special display at the Huntsville/Madison Main Library honors Black History Month with artwork and essays from students in the Tennessee Valley.

The display, hosted by Rosie's International Services, contains essays honoring the Tuskegee Airmen and winners from their Black History Month art contest.

Art contest winners are from Mae Jemison High School, New Hope Elementary School, Seminole Boys and Girls Club, and Williams Middle School.

This display is in the Youth Services area until Feb. 28, 2021.

Credit: Rosie's International Service, Inc.
Student artwork and essays honoring Black History Month in Huntsville

Rosie's International Services, Inc. is a 501(c) non-profit working to bring cultural awareness and understanding of the African American culture to youth and the community. Their work includes building critical literacy, communication, computational, and collaboration skills of young people who will one day form local businesses, military, and community workforce.

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