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Resolution Recognizing Black History Month

UPDATE: Resolution was approved!

The Diversity Coalition sent a resolution to the SLO County Board of Supervisors proclaiming February 2023 as Black History Month in the County of San Luis Obispo. The county has not recognized this month so far, so we are hoping to make sure that this resolution is approved, even if it's on the last day of Black History Month.

The resolution is set to be included in the Consent Agenda (see item #10 in agenda) of the February 28 Board of Supervisors Meeting. Yes, TOMORROW.

The meeting starts at 9am at the County Government Center. Opportunity to provide public comment will be available and is encouraged! Let us know if you are planning to attend.


Thank you to everyone that came to our last Fostering Understanding in Our Community event and everyone who joined virtually. If you missed it, you can watch it here.

We learned so much about Black Hair from our amazing speaker Myraline Morris Whitaker and from the stellar panel. 🙌🏼 Thank you to Julie Lynem for moderating and to our panelists: Nailah DuBose, Courtney Haile and Mayor Erica Stewart 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼.

Also a big thank you to R.A.C.E. Matters SLO for your partnership. We're so excited to hear more about "Textured", salon and multicultural space, coming soon to SLO County! 🔥

Huge thanks to Planned Parenthood Central Coast Action Fund for sponsoring our snacks and refreshments 💕, to Epic Entertainment for the Livestream and tech support, SLO Public Market for hosting us and the City of SLO for supporting our community events 🙏

Next Fostering Understanding will be on May 10th! Stay tuned for more details 🙌🏼

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