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Cedars Art Work at the Orcas Library in Support of Black Lives Matter at School
May 1 - May 31
Works by Salmonberry Cedars Students
The library is fortunate to have art from two sources during May.
First, the students in the Cedars class at Salmonberry School have contributed works from four different projects as part of their study of the Black Lives Matter movement. The range of pieces is eclectic, reflecting the students’ study of John James Audobon, single-point perspective, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Alma Woodsey Thomas. The students’ teachers Angela Baker and Megan Cahalan and the students have graciously shared their talent and work with us. The students shared, “Some people believe white people are better than black people, but we want to live in a world where everyone can be themselves because they are created equally. We made this art to stand up for BLM at school. and we want everyone to have equal rights.”