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Clark launched its celebration of Black History Month this past weekend with Black Arts Explosion — a showcase of local art and wares from Worcester vendors and Clark students — hosted by @bsu.clarku and @clarkiesinthecommunity.

“I think it’s important to highlight Black art and Black voices because they have been ignored and overshadowed for too long. Every individual has a calling, and they deserve recognition,” says Ethan Wellington ’24, vice president of the Black Student Union and a political science major.

🔗 See links in bio to check out a photo essay from the event and view a full schedule of upcoming Black History Month programming.