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Sego Middle School eighth-grader Cheryl Edwards admires her handiwork as she designs an African tribal mask during art class. The school is letting the students create and display their own artwork to celebrate Black History Month. There are nearly 900 pieces of art on display at the school.  Michael Snyder/Staff
Michael Snyder/Staff
Sego Middle School eighth-grader Cheryl Edwards admires her handiwork as she designs an African tribal mask during art class. The school is letting the students create and display their own artwork to celebrate Black History Month. There are nearly 900 pieces of art on display at the school.
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