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News - February 21, 2014

Exploring the African-American legacy in preserving open space

Ravenswood Open Space hosts Buffalo Soldiers at Black History Month hike

by Tre'vell Anderson

The role of African-Americans in the United States' history receives heightened attention during the month of February each year. In an effort to introduce community members to a part of history unknown to some, the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District is sponsoring a Black History Month hike, history presentation and crafts experience to explore how African-Americans played a role in land preservation.

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Editorial Intern Tre'vell Anderson can be emailed at tanderson@paweekly.com.

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Posted by UC Davis Grad
a resident of Mountain View
on Feb 21, 2014 at 5:28 pm

Great to see this happening!

Let's hope this is the start of many similar events to come.


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