READING, Pa. - People in Berks County are celebrating Black History month in many different ways.
On Saturday, folks gathered at the Boscov's at North Fairgrounds Square Mall in Reading for an event held by the African-American Coalition in Reading.
Paintings from local African American artists were on display.
There was also a performance from The Colored Museum Theater Group, and inspirational music provided by the Divine Revelation Choir and the Rehoboth Praise Team.
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