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Sarah O'Malley




Racial justice, Social justice, Black Lives Matter



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As snow fell upon the first day of February, many University of Maine students, faculty and community members congregated between the Memorial Union and Fogler Library in the name of racial justice. Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018, marked the start of Black History Month, and the Offce of Multicultural Student Life (OMSL) and the Black Student Union (BSU) have partnered to put together an impressive lineup of events spanning the entire month.


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Black History Month kicks off at UMaine with the Black Lives Matter flag raising



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