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Gateway holding free exhibit for Black History Month, event to be held Feb. 22 at Covington campus

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Gateway to host exhibit honoring “Black History Month: A Celebration of Justice, Equality & Diversity” at its Covington campus.

A gallery event will be held Wednesday, Feb. 22 from 5-7 p.m., celebrating diverse creativity that speaks to various interpretations and personal expressions of cultural differences while examining justice, equality and diversity.

In addition, poetry readings will take place in the gallery.

This exhibit is part of Gateway’s Black History Month activities and aims to engage and educate a diverse community.

The exhibit will be open from Feb. 20-28.       
 
Featured artists are with Visionaries and Voices, an organization celebrating the work of adults with disabilities, and Gateway students
 
Parking is available in the Midtown City Garage located at 5th and Scott Boulevard.

A parking validation machine is available inside the Center for Technology, Innovation and Enterprise (TIE) building, in the UB106 office area near the elevator and rear entrance. 
  
This event is free and open to the public.
                                                                                       
 

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