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On this, the last day of Black History Month, let us take time to celebrate the many joyful stories and rich history of the Black community, while also acknowledging the devastating realities of systemic racism, struggle for equality and equity, and the immense amount of work before us. I am grateful for the role of the SUSU Community Farm in this important work and wish them continued success every month of the year.
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