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The article focuses on the endeavors of student Katelyn Brockmeyer, a junior art history major who is currently doing an internship with Imagining America. Brockmeyer is in charge of campus and community outreach and her goal in facilitating this presentation was to provide information about several important black artists, writers, and poets. "As an art history major, I decided that a good idea would be to educate people during Black History Month about black artists in history." Chawne Paige, a UNI graduate, also spoke at the event. Paige discussed the Waterloo Center for the Arts collection of Haitian art, which is the largest collection of it's kind in the country. Brockmeyer at the end of her presentation allowed time for the attendees who felt inspired by the artists they had seen to create their own art using the various supplies she brought; photo.